It is vitally important to teach children how dangerous electricity can be. Children tend to grasp concepts by what they can see and touch. For example, when daddy holds his hand near a candle flame and then pulls it away saying “Ouch!”, suddenly ‘hot’ becomes a concept they can understand. But how do you teach a child about electricity, something they can neither see nor touch? Demonstrating the danger is always the best way. Yet because electricity is invisible, it is difficult to make a child understand that it even exists, let alone that it is dangerous. Around a quarter of all electrical accidents in the home happen to children under 15, so teaching kids about electrical safety at the earliest opportunity should be a priority for every parent.
Children need to taught to be safe and look after their bodies. Brave Books offers a selection of titles in this section that cover the danger of strangers, coping with a traumatic event, how to deal with illness, going to doctors, good touch – bad touch, sex education and many others.
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