When

Sunday, October 15, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 9:50 AM PDT
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Where

THE SEVEN HILLS SCHOOL 
975 North San Carlos Drive
Walnut Creek, CA 94598
 

 
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Contact

Kidpower's Central Office 
Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower International 
(800) 467-6997 ext. 0# 
safety@kidpower.org 
 

Kidpower Starting Strong Workshop for ages 3-5 with their adults in Walnut Creek, CA 

“I am so thankful to now have the tools to teach my young child about safety issues.  It is amazing how with a little practice, we both have gained so many skills.”  
Through puppets and fun, interactive stories, learn how to introduce People Safety Skills and to continue to practice them in your daily life. Help your child learn how to handle a friend saying something mean, check first before touching something unsafe, move away from someone doing something that could be hurtful, and get help from you effectively, even when you are busy.

With storytelling, puppets, and interactive role-plays, children ages 3-5 and their adults will be introduced to age-appropriate ways young people can:
  • Check first with adults if anything seems unsafe
  • Stop unwanted touch
  • Be safe with hurtful words
  • Set strong boundaries
  • Use voice as a safety tool
  • Get help from busy adults
  • Move out of reach of possible problems
  • Say “No” or “Stop” clearly and respectfully
This workshop is appropriate for children ages 3-5 who:
* are comfortable in a group with other children
* are comfortable following directions from a teacher
* enjoy sitting for 10-15 minutes for interactive presentation, like a library story hour
Older siblings may also enroll, but the examples and stories will be geared to younger children.

Workshop Fee: $30/child (includes accompanying adults with that child)
Pre-registration is required as there is limited space. 
This workshop is not appropriate for infants or children younger than 3 years old.
Please arrange child care prior to the workshop.


Donations over the amount of workshop fees are tax-deductible. We do not turn anyone away from our public workshops for lack of money. Scholarship information is available on our website.