5 tips to teach children to behave with strangers (Part 2)

In the previous part, I shared 2 tips already about teaching children to behave with stranger. Have you practiced? Now I will suggest the rest tips. Let’s discover!

  1. Repeat necessary numbers

Keeping children remind of family phone numbers and emergency numbers. In case, your child get lost, he can call for parents or ask for help. In addition, your address also needed to remember, some kind people can guide your child to back home.

  1. The shout is good

Teach kid to shout, speak loudly! If your baby is approached by a stranger, children should know what to do. It’s a good idea to teach her to yell louder as possible when she feel uncomfortable. For example, “I do not know who you are!”- This sentence will be very effective, along with screaming, kid can protest against if necessary.

  1. Create a code/ pass word

A great idea that you should apply is creating a password between relatives and toddler. That allows children to know who is safe and trustworthy. It can be unnecessary at home, but when children go to school or kindergarten, someone intends to pick your kid up. If he does not know the secret code, he is not allowed to be close to your child. This method temporarily makes sure that your child still safe.

I have shared my experiences for children to behave with strangers. Hope that is useful!

Thank you for reading!

Anne from Babeeni team.