Youth Kidpower Safety Comic Interior and Covers
How can older kids stay safe while becoming more independent? This fun and engaging way to teach safety gives readers practical tools to stay safe from bullying, abuse, and violence. How to stand (and walk) to stay aware, calm, and confident. How to protect your feelings, and separate useful information from insults. How to avoid difficult or dangerous problems with people you know and people you donâe(tm)t. Having safety rules that everyone in the family follows (Adults, too!) and rehearsing how to handle difficult situations that are relevant to older childrenâe(tm)s lives will bring peace of mind to worried parents. These safety comics empower kids to be physically and emotionally safe in the real world and online. The author, Irene van der Zande, is the founder of a global nonprofit that has protected over three million children, teens, and adults from bullying, abuse, and other forms of violence through greater awareness, action, and skills. Kidpower Safety Comics: An Introduction to âeoePeople Safetyâe for Older Children Ages 9 to 13 and Their Adults is recommended by police officers, parents, and teachers.
- 2015 Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower International
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