Stranger Danger, is it working?
We all talk Stranger Danger to our kids every day, all the time. We tell our kids not to talk to strangers; Don't get in a car with anyone you don't know; If a stranger comes up to you and starts to talk to you, scream and run away; If a stranger is following you, scream, run away and tell an adult you know. But are the talks working? We would like be believe our kids are listening and that what we are pounding into their heads is not just going in one ear and out the other......but have you checked? Would your son or daughter be drawn to a stranger with a cute puppy or kitty or other prop?
Maybe we need to show our kids this video and keep changing how we are talking to the kids about stranger danger.
Good luck. Stay vigilant.
Thanks for the social experiment and video JoeySalads via Youtube