kids. Thursday , August 17th , 2017 - 21:52:21 PM
Because we, as good parents, definitely want our kids to be active and self-reliant but are fearful of accidents and dangers that come with unsupervised outdoor play, the best thing to do is to let them do more structured activities. This means letting them play outdoors like in the park, in your backyard. or in a playground. Though they are outside, their play activities are limited to a particular location, lessening the risks of injuries and accidents.
1) Street Smarts: This includes everything from teaching our kids to look both ways while crossing a street to understanding how to trust their intuition. We want them to know that if they feel uncomfortable with a stranger, or even someone they know, they need to seek help immediately.
Whats that? Another look of horror? Worried your lovely furniture and pretty belongings will get damaged? Nope, not going to happen because we have a plan.
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