#1. Teaching Safety to your Child. Here are a few tips that can help you teach safety to your child. Implementing the tips provides parents with peace of mind and certainty that their child will be okay even when they’re not with their child. Listen to your child. If they tell you that something isn’t right, pay attention to what they are telling you and take the appropriate measures. Building a child that is confident and who will talk to you requires that you listen and understand. Never push your child’s feelings to the side. Give your children the tools necessary for success. When they know how to trust their gut instincts and stand up for themselves, it will help them in many different areas of their life. Good judgment is something that you can help teach your child and doing so is beneficial in every area of their life. Teach your child how to swim! Swimming is an activity that most young children enjoy, it is a great form of exercise, and knowing how to swim may very well save your child’s life or that of another individual! Ensure that your child wears a safety helmet whenever they ride a bike, scooter, skateboard, etc. Helmets provide the best protection against skull and brain fractures and your child should understand their use isn’t optional; it is mandatory. Talk to your children. Even on occasions when it seems that they’re not listening to a thing that you say, they’re actually taking in more than you realize. The more talk that you do the better but remember that you need to keep the conversation kid or teenfriendly to keep from sounding like the ‘annoying nag.’ #2. Securing your Life.