8 essential ‘body safety’ rules to keep your kids safe
- Teach your children the proper names of their body parts.
- 2. Make sure there is a clear understanding of the word ‘private.’
- Explain to your child who they should talk to if they feel unsafe.
- Talk to your child about all different types of feelings.
- 5. Make sure they have a clear understanding of ‘safe’ vs. ‘unsafe.’
How can we empower children to be safe?
10 Top Tips to Empower Your Kids
- Give your child choice.
- Listen to your child.
- Teach your child Body Safety.
- Allow your child to take risks.
- Use your words wisely.
- Encourage your child to follow their interests.
- Allow your child to greet others in a way they are comfortable with.
- Discourage gender stereotyping.
How do I talk to my child about safety?
Tips for Talking to Your Child About Abduction
- Don’t forget your older children.
- When you speak to your children, do so in a calm, nonthreatening manner.
- Speak openly about safety issues.
- Do not confuse children with the concept of “strangers.”
- Practice what you talk about.
How do you explain your body to a child?
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When should a child know their body parts?
Because parents spend so much time caring for toddlers and their bodies, it’s no wonder that by the time typical toddlers reach 1 or 2 years old, they can identify a few body parts. And by the time they reach 2 or 3 years of age, small children should be able to identify many body parts.