Five Ways To Teach Your Kids Situational Awareness

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Five Ways To Teach Your Kids Situational Awareness - This author offers up some great advice on games and lessons to teach kids to assure they are prepared for what could come their way. Yes. As parents we must keep them young and hopeful.

What we do with kids and how our preparedness lifestyle effects them is a tricky situation. There is a magic in being a kid and its very important that we do not extinguish that magic. The world will dump gallons of reality on that flame, don’t you worry. Still, we are living in troubling times where¬† cars run into crowds and men with knives get out and start hacking at people. What if your kids can be eyes in the struggle to stay safe as well.

This author offers up some great advice on games and lessons to teach kids to assure they are prepared for what could come their way. Yes. As parents we must keep them young and hopeful. They still live in the best nation on the planet but it is also our responsibility to keep them alive.

Five Ways To Teach Your Kids Situational Awareness

Five Ways To Teach Your Kids Situational Awareness - This author offers up some great advice on games and lessons to teach kids to assure they are prepared for what could come their way. Yes. As parents we must keep them young and hopeful.


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