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Thank you Synergy Studios Guam website for having me teach the Synergy Summer Kiddos about Anti Bullying, Self Defense & Stranger Danger They were FULL of energy!
TO ALL PARENTS! Please educate your kids about stranger danger and how to approach all situations and scenarios. I recommend martial arts to all kids!
7 Stranger Danger Tips Kids MUST KNOW!
A Parents Guide to Stranger Danger for their kids.
1. Watch out for strangers in a car.
– Tell kids to be sure to watch out for cars that follow them.
– They must never hop into a car with a stranger.
– Never approach strangers sitting in a car.
– If they see a friend in danger, be sure to go to their aid and get ready to yell and call for help.
– Always say NO to gifts from strangers
2. Yell & Tell
– Kids shouldn’t be afraid to say NO to a stranger
– If a stranger makes them feel unsafe, always ‘YELL AND TELL!”
– Yell HELP or “I DONT KNOW YOU’ to get someone’s attention. Then have them tell someone they trust what has happened immediately.
– Always have the strength to say NO!
– They should never make anyone make them feel unsafe.
3. DO NOT Accept Gifts from Strangers
– Don’t accept gifts, treats, or lilies from a stranger
– Have them keep their distance and never go anywhere with someone they don’t know.
– Don’t believe what strangers tell them.
4. Playing outside RULES
– Always remind them to play in an area where you can see them.
– Tell them to never talk to strangers that approach them even in your yard.
– If someone makes them feel unsafe, have them go inside and tell you or someone they trust
5. Have a Safe Zone
– If they feel unsafe, immediately run to a Safe Zone
– A Safe Zone is an area where someone they and you can trust is there.
6. At Home
– Never have them answer the door alone or without you in sight.
– Never invite strangers inside the house. Its ok to say NO!
7. When using the Phone & COMPUTER
– Never have your kids tell a stranger their name of address
– Don’t trust what strangers say
– If someone calls and they don’t know who it is. Be sure they hand the phone to you.
– Never tell anyone you are home alone
I hope these 7 guidelines for stranger danger help and it is a good reminder for your kids on a weekly basis. Conducting drills and practice is always a plus. 🙂
Be safe! and have a wonderful day!