Answers the question worried parents often ask, How do I teach my children to be safe with people while not scaring them? Instead of using fear to teach kids about bullying, violence, and abuse, Kidpower makes it fun to learn to stay safe. Parents,MoreAnswers the question worried parents often ask, How do I teach my children to be safe with people while not scaring them? Instead of using fear to teach kids about bullying, violence, and abuse, Kidpower makes it fun to learn to stay safe.
Parents, educators, and other caring adults can use this book to introduce and practice crucial knowledge and skills so their children can learn to be safe with people they know and with strangers. As one mother told us, This book was a great way to teach my own three kids, my Girl Scout troop, and my sons kindergarten. We read the stories and then followed the directions to practice the skills in safety games.
We now have a common language that helps us to turn these skills into habits that we use every day. Content includes: * Extensive black and white cartoons that make it fun - can easy - for adults to introduce People Safety Skills to children. * Age-appropriate language to help children understand the safety rules, make safe choices, and ask for help. * Practical tools to protect kids from bullying, teasing, and other problems with people.
* Easy role-plays for practicing skills like setting clear, healthy boundaries and checking first before changing the plan. The tools in this Safety Comic are most appropriate for parents, educators, and other caring adults introducing People Safety to children ages 3 to 10 who are usually with adults who can help them. However, the skills are important for people of any age - adults too!
Older children often learn by reading and practicing with younger children. See also the Kidpower Youth Safety Comics: People Safety Skills for Kids Ages 9-14 and Fullpower Safety Comics: People Safety Skills for Teens and Adults Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower International is a global nonprofit leader dedicated to providing effective and empowering child protection, positive communication, and personal safety skills for all ages and abilities.
To learn more about Kidpowers workshops, consultation, and other educational resources, visit www.kidpower.org.