The child is the little angel in every family. Parents are eager to record the moment when they grow up, learn, grow up and have children. Also hope that it is happy and safe. But there are always accidents in life, big and small, that make these wishes not come true smoothly
Some time ago, a criminal who had been in jail for 12 years was released, but when he was released, everyone was angry and rushed to hit him with fists or anything. Why? Suyuan, a smart, kind, lively and lovely little girl. On the way to school on a rainy day, she met a strange uncle and asked if she could help him with an umbrella. However, unexpectedly, this became the beginning of her nightmare. She was dragged by the strange man to a nearby toilet for sexual assault and beatings.
Statistics from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Child Injury Report are a sobering reminder of the importance of this issue. It found that an estimated 9.2 million children annually had an initial emergency department visit for an unintentional injury. Furthermore, on average, 12,175 children 0 to 19 years of age die each year in the United States from an unintentional and often preventable injury.
This makes us think deeply, do we really take care of the safety of our children?
First of all, children should know what safety is? How to protect yourself
1. What is a picture book? Picture books are not only picture books, but also a bridge between parents and children, teachers and students. So what is a picture book? It is a children's book that reflects children's lives in the form of pictures and texts. In a way full of artistry and humanity, picture books become a little teacher on the way of children's growth. Parents are good partners to accompany their children in reading, and they are also a good helper for teachers in teaching. Picture books allow children to appreciate pictures while listening to stories and understand stories in pictures. Picture book education is a new type of education that uses picture books to educate children.
2. Actively guide. By asking the children questions, let the children think about what happened in the picture book. Let the children talk about what they have learned from this story, comprehend knowledge in a pleasant state, and be able to react correctly when encountering the scene in the picture book. Consciously infiltrating safety education into children's books can promote children to have good learning habits, and let children master the necessary knowledge in the colorful picture book world.
3. Let the children imitate and teach the children about safety education. By telling the story, let them simulate the dangerous events that may be encountered in life, so that accidents can be effectively avoided.
Educate children about safety knowledge Children should be taught safety knowledge at a very young age. Most children start to follow safety guidelines and rules from the age of two, but you cannot expect your children to use these safely and risk-free every time. Proven and correct methods to help your child learn about safety.
1. Use fun, interactive and practical activities. Through participation, children learn to understand potential dangers and dangers to be avoided; and gain respect for safety measures.
2. Demonstrate safe behavior, because most children will imitate your behavior instead of telling them verbally.
3. The safety rules are repeated frequently and consistently. Explain to them what you are doing in a language that the children can understand, why you should do this.
4. encourage children to play safely, and teach them how to avoid many injuries, such as injuries caused by accidental falls on the playground.
5. Manage the dangerous environment your child is in, but don't control it. This helps your children freely explore and practice their personal safety skills, and increase their confidence and ability benefits.
Safety at home
1. Put away hard and sharp objects to avoid hurting children. Children are very young and do not know the dangers of hard and sharp objects. They are easily injured by these objects. Therefore, parents must keep these dangerous objects away.
2. Do not put hot water in a place where children can get it to avoid scalds. Keep hot water bottles, warm bags and other items away from the children's reach to prevent children from getting burned.
3. The balcony and windows of the home should be fenced to prevent children from falling from height. Parents should not allow their children to climb to high places easily, and avoid accidents caused by children falling from high places.
4. Don't put the lighters in your home randomly, and avoid children playing with fire. When the child is at home, parents should not arbitrarily place lighters to prevent the child from burning themselves when playing.
Playing outdoors is very important, and children love it! However, in order to ensure the safety of children outdoors, some special precautions are required. Here are some tips for outdoor safety and injury prevention.
1. Don't leave your children alone outside.
2. When using tricycles, bicycles, skateboards, roller skates, and riding toys, please ensure that children of all ages wear helmets to prevent head injuries. Children in the stroller must wear seat belts. The sides of the stroller are lower. Children who cannot sit upright are not suitable for riding.
3. Teach children not to play near the street.
4. Explain to the children that if toys roll onto the street or driveway, they must ask for help.
5. Ensure that all outdoor play areas are fenced, especially when they are near streets, parking lots, ponds, or railroad tracks.
6. Keep the gate closed and install a child-proof latch.
7. Also, make sure all warehouses, barns and garages are locked.
8. Check the outdoor activity area regularly.
9. Remove all rubbish, sharp objects (including branches or other leaves), tools, lawn equipment and animal droppings that may cause accidental injury.
10.Electric appliances in the play area, such as air conditioners, are fenced so that the children cannot reach them.
11.In addition, remove the gas grill from the outdoor play area.
12. Every year, careless parents lose their children by accident, and most of them are recovered when there is no danger. But this requires the child to know his or her home address, contact information with his or her parents, and to be able to articulate key information if it is available to help him or her find them. Therefore, before entering the kindergarten, safety education, be sure to let the children remember their home address and parents' contact information, which can be put in a secret place for the child in the bag, and tell the child can only show the teacher and the police uncle.
13. Tips for self-protection: Cubs, Cubs, are good babies, so you need to wear vests and pants. No one is allowed to touch inside, no kisses are allowed.