- Parent Category: Safety
- Published: 20 August 2014
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Protect Your Children From Strangers
NO, GO, YELL, TELL RULE
- Teach kids to say NO and RUN away when in a difficult situation with Stranger .
- Teach them to YELL as loud as possible when in a difficult situation with Stranger.
- Teach them to TELL to a trusted adult like parents, teacher or guardian about situation faced with Stranger.
Make Your Children Practice "NO, GO, YELL and TELL" scenarios in different situations like -
- A good looking stranger approaches for helping to find his dog.
- A stranger offers your kid to buy some chocolates or sweets.
- A neighborhood uncle or aunt never spoken before, ask your kid to come over for snacks.
- If someone follows your kid.
- If some unknown person comes and watches your kid daily in park .
- If a stranger stops your kid for directions.
- If a stranger makes your kid feel uncomfortable by his actions or words.
Be a proactive Parent
- Parent should know, where their kids are all the times.
- Parents should tell their kids about who they can trust when in difficult situations.
- Parents should ask kids to trust themselves and their instincts when in danger or in uncomfortable situation.
- Parents should tell their kids not to play alone in parks. Always play in group.
- Parents should teach their kids to NEVER take a lonely path or route.