Our latest tip is one that can be used on a regular basis to educate your child about potentially threatening situations. Several non-profits and government agencies suggest that parents and guardians use role play to reinforce good safety habits. You can use “what if?” scenarios to present your child with potentially dangerous situations and teach them how to react in those situations. One of the advantages of this teaching method is that you can customize the “what if?” scenarios to the specific circumstances that your child may encounter. For example, if your child walks home from school, you can pose the following question: “What if an unfamiliar car slows down or stops near you while you are walking home?”
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