National Parenting Publication Awards says …
“The PreSafe Program is excellent. It’s well organized into easy to understand chapters and is full of lessons and activities designed to impart lessons about various kinds of safety. The material is designed to be imparted in bite-‐sized chunks to young children. The content itself is full of excellent plans, lessons, and activities that will help anyone who wishes to be an effective instructor in personal safety for a small child…
“…certainly a useful tool for teachers. The language, images, and lessons offered are perfectly appropriate for the target age group. This is an excellent series of lesson plans about safety designed for young children. A teacher who uses it would find it an excellent teaching tool.
“The Web site offers a 16-‐page preview of the book that’s free to download and print out. This is an excellent advertisement for the book and certainly allows people to sample the product before buying.”
“I had a chance to peruse the book and it looks wonderful!
I like the pictures and the nice colors. The rhymes are
easy to remember, especially for little children…”
Cheryl Kitahata, Thousand Oaks, CA
Jeanna Bellville of Momma’s Bacon reviews PreSafe:
Prevent Home Accidents With Toddler Safety Training
We all want our children to be safe. But are we teaching them the right message so that they are prepared? The PreSafe products are designed with preschoolers in mind, that is age 2 and up. In their Preschool Age Training Safety book they focus on several key areas for safety for your child that includes: Meaning of Signs, Water Safety, Home Safety, Road Rules, and Fire Safety and What to Do If you Are Lost. At the end of the book, there is also a great Safety Rules Exam to quiz your child on the safety rules. The book also includes stickers to print out and “NO” signs to put in areas of potential danger like a hot iron or sharp objects. Kids are included to put up their Danger signs where they think they could get hurt. The book also includes lots of fun activities like circling items that are dangerous and memorization games like learning 911 and care giver’s phone numbers. There are great sections on gun safety and fire safety as well as ways to prevent getting injured like wearing a helmet or a life jacket. I also loved the emphasis they put on a child of this age to learn their name, their parents’ name and their phone number in the event they get separated from their parents. The quiz at the end is fantastic and there is even a certificate to print out for your child once they successfully completed the Training Safety. What a wonderful idea!
To read the full review, click on the link below: