During this bed time story your child will join two super heroes as they teach him or her how to be alert and what to do if they are threatened or accosted by strangers or people they do know. The story will teach your child to some very important basic prevention measures as well as how to react if they do get into trouble.
By using this audio program, a child becomes more aware of what a stranger is and how not to be manipulated by them. As the old saying goes “it is always better to be safe then sorry“. This rings especially true when it comes to our children and their personal safety. It will teach them to be confident within themselves, as a lack of self confidence and self esteem can open a door to strangers and dangerous situations. This program will teach a child awareness and to ‘stick to their guns‘ by following some simple and basic rules.
This story directly educates children to:
- Not to talk to strangers
- Not to wander away on their own
- To stay around places where there are lots of people
- If they get in trouble always go to a police person
- If they are worried about somebody, go and ask an adult
- Not to answer the door at home if they are on their own
- Remember and learn the emergency phone number
- Never to get into a strangers car
- Never take anything from a stranger
- No matter how nice a stranger is do not believe what they say
A sad but true fact is that the world is not as safe as it used to be. As such, it is imperative that children be educated about what to do and what not to do in a danger situation.
Play the program at night just before your child goes to sleep of a night time or during the day. Use it daily for 6 to 8 weeks with every 7th day allocated as a ‘break day’ where they do not have to use the recording.
Children love listening to this story and with repeated use the positive metaphorical messages will help them to become less inclined to get into trouble and show them how to react if they do happen across a bad situation.
Part of every order is donated to the Cambodian Children’s Trust Charity (CCT).