This booklet provides parents with a clear picture of the risks associated with the Internet. Booklet presents a list of tips that encourage parents to discuss Internet safety with their child, explain dangers and ways to minimize them, monitor their child's online activity, set rules, and use privacy settings. Also warns about the potential consequences...
Explains why talking is important; Tells how to protect against unwanted sex; Offers separate guidelines for daughters and sons; Suggests practical talking tips; Discusses how alcohol use adds to dating risks.
Offers suggestions for effective communication, including: Why talking is important; How to get started; Avoiding scare tactics; Clarifying family rules; Offering alternatives to drug use.
16 pages, 5 1/2" x 8"
16 pages, 5 1/2" x 8" Please Note: This brochure is in Spanish.
8 panels, 3 1/2" x 8"
Workbook helps young readers identify inappropriate touches and behavior, provides a simple definition of "private parts," and teaches readers how to respond to unsafe touches. Children are encouraged to tell a trusted adult about any experiences that have made them feel unsafe or uncomfortable. Features interactive exercises, and includes online access...
As Mother Teddy Bear teaches her children about boundaries, young children learn that their bodies are their own, how they can protect themselves against an unwelcome touch, and the importance of telling an adult if they've been touched in a way that makes them feel unsafe. Demonstrates role playing, and addresses a variety of situations in which children...
This pamphlet provides parents with strategies to help their child resist pressure to use alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. It explains why peer pressure can be so powerful, provides refusal techniques their child can use, and explains how to clearly communicate concerns and expectations about ATOD use. 8 panels, 3 1/2" x 8"
Encourages parents to discuss values, self-esteem, maturity, and responsibility with their children. Points out the benefits of open communication, and urges parents to convey factual medical and contraceptive advice to their children. 16 pages, 5 1/2" x 8"
8 panels, 3 1/2" x 8"