A Krav Maga black belt offers parents and kids advice on staying safe and self defense
Unsupervised times when children wait for the school bus or walk to and from school are great opportunities for children to experience limited independence, but this is also the prime time for bullies and other predators, which is why parents need to make sure their children are prepared to handle potential threats to their safety.
In addition to pencils, pens, paper and a backpack, parents also need to make sure they have taught their children basic self-defense and safety skills that could save their life if they are ever attacked. Krav Maga Worldwide, a leading self –defense organization has created a list of tips on what parents need to be teaching their kids now to make sure they stay safe throughout the school year.
These unsupervised hours pose unique dangers for different age groups.
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