Child Safety Articles

Teaching Preschoolers About Personal Safety

Helping children protect themselves is a joint effort of adults and children. Most of the responsibility is on the adult to protect the child. Preschool teachers and daycare providers can do their part by teaching young children about personal safety and how to handle emergency situations. Pam Adamchik, nationally-certified radKIDS instructor, offers excellent tips for teaching young children how to protect themselves.

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Teaching Children About Strangers

An important topic that must be discussed in daycare centers and preschools is the danger that strangers pose. To help keep children safe, child care professionals must help young children understand the definition of a stranger and be able to distinguish between a stranger and a safe adult.

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When a Child is Lost in a Public Place

An important topic that must be discussed in daycare centers and preschools is the danger that strangers pose. To help keep children safe, child care professionals must help young children know what to do when they are lost. In order to teach young children what to do when they are lost, they must first be taught the difference between a stranger and a safe adult.

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