If you want your child to stay away from danger, the sooner you know these 5 self-protection knowledge, the better

time:2022-12-09 09:52:33source:monlittlebaby.com author:Baby care
If you want your child to stay away from danger, the sooner you know these 5 self-protection knowledge, the better

As soon as the child is born, parents start to worry about the safety of the child, for fear of a little slip-up. Will roll over, worried that he will fall off the bed, will walk, afraid that he will fall. When I go to school, I have to worry about being bullied at school. But as children grow up day by day, it is impossible for us to protect them for a lifetime, and it is impossible to accompany them all the time. Therefore, for the safety of children, parents must teach their children to learn these self-protection methods.

1. Run away when you are in danger. Protecting yourself is the most important thing.

Dangers in life are hard to guard against. When a child encounters danger, the first suggestion is to escape. Of course, there is a direction to escape. Instead of running around, run to a safe place. What kind of place is a safe place? First, physical partitions, such as gates, walls, etc., that can separate yourself from the bad guys. Second, you can run to places where there are many adults, and those with weapons are the best. The second suggestion is to run away and call for help, instead of screaming indiscriminately. Calling for help can serve two distinct purposes. One is to let the surrounding police, nearby security guards and other adults know that there is danger here. The second is to create psychological panic for the bad guys, making the bad guys slow down, look around, and buy time for themselves and others to escape.

Two, strangers ask you for help, learn to stay away and say "no".

When the unfamiliar uncle says: I don't know the way, can you show me the way and take me there? The unfamiliar aunt said: My dog ​​is missing, can you go to the front to help me find it? Or someone said: When your uncle buys you delicious food or your aunt takes you to buy toys, you must boldly say "no". As a parent, you can educate your children in advance that when they encounter unpleasant and fearful things, they should learn to say "no" to protect themselves, and tell their children that adults generally do not ask children for help. At the same time, parents can also read picture books to let their children understand that there are good people and bad people in the world. If you encounter such a situation, you must learn to be vigilant and stay away.

Third, if you are trapped in an elevator, don't be in a hurry, don't cry, don't panic, and be calm.

An elevator in a residential area in Fuzhou, Fujian broke down. A 13-year-old child was stuck between the sixth and seventh floors. He failed in the process of self-rescue and died unfortunately, bringing a tragic tragedy to the family. As a parent, you should give your child science knowledge in a timely manner, and how to save yourself if you are trapped in the elevator. First, if you encounter an elevator drum failure and stop in mid-air, don't panic, don't rush, and keep calm. Second, be careful not to pick the elevator door by yourself! Doing so will not only fail to save yourself, but will also put yourself into a more dangerous situation. Third, press the call button. If the button fails, don't worry, you can call the emergency number on the "elevator sign" in the elevator (if the child has a mobile phone or a phone watch). Fourth, patiently wait for professional rescue personnel or firefighters and maintenance personnel to come to rescue. Fifth, if the rescue personnel can't open the elevator door, don't rush out of the elevator. Be sure to wait until the rescue personnel use professional equipment to completely fix the elevator door, obey the command, pass quickly, and leave the elevator.

Fourth, teach children 4 skills to prevent getting lost.

On the Internet, it is common to see children lost or abducted by human traffickers. In order to maintain vigilance, in addition to usual preventive work, as a parent, you should also teach your children what to do if they get lost. First, teach children to remember their home address. Not only do you have to remember the names of your parents, but also let your children remember which community they live in? Or which school? Second, teach children to memorize their parents' phone numbers, and at the same time let children learn how to make phone calls. Third, teach children to make emergency calls. For example, dial 110 for help, 119 for fire, and 120 for ambulance. Of course, these calls can be made in an emergency, but not under normal circumstances. Fourth, teach children to distinguish between good people and bad people. When you are in danger, you can ask these people for help: kind-hearted elderly people, pregnant women or parents with children, police uncles, student groups, government agencies, or staff in work clothes in supermarkets.

5. If you are locked in the car, don't cry, you must know how to save yourself.

Children are locked in the car and this happens all the time around us. As parents, we are responsible for the safety of our children. Teaching our children some self-help knowledge in advance is the best way to protect our children. First, let the child save himself directly and open the door from the car. For a slightly sensible child, parents can teach him to open the car door from the inside, just in case. Second, smash the window to save yourself. Prepare a safety hammer in the car. If the child is locked in the car, he will not open the door from the inside, but directly smash the window to save himself. Third, open double flash. Teach children to turn on the hazard warning lights, when passersby see it, they will find it and call the police in time. Fifth, honk the horn. Of course not all cars can honk the horn with the ignition off. You can try it, if you can, you can use this method to ask for help. If you also have a baby, I hope you can tell these to your baby, so that the baby can establish a safety awareness of self-protection from an early age.
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