Safety Rocks is an engaging activity book designed by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection to teach children between the ages of 8 and 10 about personal safety strategies in both online and offline environments. With the help of Jack, Olivia, and their dragon friends, this booklet serves as a valuable resource for parents to initiate important discussions on topics such as safe secrets, identifying safe adults, and distinguishing between acceptable and unacceptable behavior.
The activities and content within Safety Rocks are specifically tailored to be fun and age-appropriate, ensuring that children can learn about personal safety in an enjoyable and interactive manner. The book covers essential safety strategies, including establishing personal boundaries, recognising clues of potential danger, and understanding the importance of keeping and speaking appropriate secrets.
By utilising Safety Rocks, parents can foster ongoing discussions about personal safety, empowering children to make informed decisions and navigate various situations confidently. This activity book provides a valuable tool for parents to teach children the necessary skills to stay safe both online and offline.
FREE DOWNLOAD OF SAFETY ROCKS: ACTIVITY BOOK TEACHING TO BE SAFE ONLINE & OFFLINE (AGES 8-10)
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