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052: Safety Guide for KidSitters™

052: Safety Guide for KidSitters™

28-page Cascading Book -  Measures: 6¼" x 3¾"
Age: Middle School, Junior High, High School, Adults, Parents


KidSitting Can Be a Great Way for Teens to Earn Money

KidSitting is a good way to learn a lot about children, families, having jobs, and managing money. NCSC’s Safety Guide for KidSitters™ can help teens decide if they are ready to take on a kid sitting job and outline what is expected of a sitter. Booklet includes fill in the blank information charts and address book, cut apart reinforcement Safetypup® tokens for kids, and cut apart KidSitter calling cards teens can personalize.

Topics: Are you old enough to care for children by yourself; Consider why you want to be a KidSitter; Will you be able to handle the job; Can you cope; Have a business plan; Keep yourself SAFE; What Kids LIke To Do; Kids Song List; Know the kids chart; Build a KidSitter Kit; Basic Child Care, Emergency Skills; Security; Fire Safety; Problem Behavior; My Address Book; My Notes; Family Profile/Family Info. Chart; Safetypup® Tokens (For the kids!); Calling Cards.

* NOTE: This publication is designed to present information but is not intended as a comprehensive professional babysitting or medical course. Children may want to learn other life saving techniques such as CPR through local groups or programs.


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NCSC Child Safety Educational Materials & Programs

Law enforcement departments across the U.S. provide NCSC safety educational materials and programs free of charge to the citizens of their community. If your local police or sheriff department doesn't currently provide our materials then please encourage them to visit NationalChildSafetyCouncil.org and contact us to learn how they can partner with National Child Safety Council.

 

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