"Keeping Kids Safe" Highlights Training-through- Playing Approach to Manage Danger
"Keeping Kids Safe: How to Prepare Children for Home Emergencies" is a book that offers preventative suggestions and alternative strategies to outwit threats to a home and family, particularly the children.
Warrenton, MO (I-Newswire) October 2, 2013 - The alarming rate of crimes, burglaries and other acts of violence in varying levels makes everyone feel that there may be no safe place anymore, not even the home. Kids, young as they are, have been exposed to the different facets of terrorism. Such threats are compelling enough for parents to ensure that they and their entire family are able to defend themselves and their home during threatening situations.
Moms and Guns is an advocacy for protecting their property and family. This community organization uses various modes of training to equip moms in helping protect their children safely, legally and confidently. It is the brainchild of Rebecca Alderman, together with her husband Bill, who intends to raise awareness about self-defense and home emergency planning. "We are serious about protecting our home and family," she says. "Join us on this adventure to learn all we can about personal and home protection."
MomsAndGuns.com is filled with blog articles, personal and home defense training classes, social networking, and training defense tips for children. The website highlights the new children's curriculum called Keeping Kids Safe: How to Prepare Children for Home Emergencies.
Assisting moms in developing their family defense plan, Keeping Kids Safe is a step by step guide parents use to empower kids to know what to do in a home emergency. In order to do this effectively, the interactive training involves playing games that instill the customized family plan. The book, available on Amazon, offers games and fun activities conducted at night as well as during the daytime to test the skills and timing of each family member.
"Keeping Kids Safe is not a pick-up-and-read-once type of book. It's a progressive manual families can use to start their journey of educating and empowering their children to stay safe in a world full of crime," Rebecca notes, adding that the training could take between 6 weeks to 3 months to complete all the projects and become proficient in all the games.
Keeping Kids Safe also suggests low budget security tools to use around the home as early warning systems to respond to a threat and stay safe until the police arrive. It also provides colored flashcards to cut out in the print copy or to point to in the Kindle version to help children understand the difference between cover and concealment - which is, by far, an invaluable tool to think through together ahead of time to stay safe no matter what happens.
To find out more about "Keeping Kids Safe: How to Prepare Children for Home Emergencies" on Amazon, please visit http://momsandguns.com for information.
About Moms and Guns
Moms and Guns
281 W Veterans Memorial Pkwy #77Warrenton, MO 63383
Phone : 636-791-0368
Published On:October 2, 2013
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