Thursday, June 22, 2017

Safety Tree Makes Summer A Breeze – Enter To Win


We'll start with the Disclaimer - Yes this is a sponsored post, but this just means we're able to offer you a chance to win a free safety class from Safety Tree! Enter the contest at the end of this post

 
I remember going to movies in the 80s to see the film ADVENTURES IN BABYSITTING.  It was comedy about a teenager having to babysit and the crazy night that took place.

In the film, there was a boy who should have been old enough to stay home and watch his younger sister but because he didn’t have a mature attitude his parents felt the need to have a babysitter for them.  The babysitter made it seem like the trouble they got into that night was because of the kids, but it really started with her not making good choices to begin with.

Fast forward to today and kids have ways to prepare for both of these situations thanks to Safety Tree. This summer forget the chaotic storm of what to do the days parents need to be away.  Instead enjoy the summer breeze and know that your children are prepared to handle this situation.

Summer Break is almost here! Are you looking to sign up your kids for activities while they are off school? As mentioned in our SAFETY TREE CLASSES FOR KIDS post, Safety Tree offers classes to prepare them for the challenges of being home alone.  

Safety Tree Courses In The Kitchener Waterloo Area


June 24th - Home Alone Safety for Kids -Baden
June 24th - Red Cross Babysitting Course - Brantford
June 25th - Home Alone Safety for Kids - Waterloo
June 30th - Red Cross Babysitting Course - Kitchener
June 30th - Home Alone safety for Kids - Ayr
June 30th - My Safe Life and Home Alone Safety for Kids at Centreville Chicopee Community Centre through the City of Kitchener.

Reserve you spot today for these and other upcoming summer classes at www.safetytreecanada.com

See below for course descriptions
AGES 9-12 YEAR OLDS
Home Alone Safety for Kids

·     Topics include:

o    Street smarts and bike safety

o    People safety (Stranger danger vs. Safe strangers and “not-so stranger” danger). Identifying "Tricky people".

o    Online and internet safety

o    Snacking and kitchen safety

o    Home fire safety

o    Sibling rivalry

o    Preventing accidents

o    How to handle emergencies and other situations

o    Basic first aid skills

AGES 11-14 YEAR OLDS
Red Cross Babysitting Course

·     Topics include:

o    How to find clients and make money babysitting

o    Caring for children of all ages

o    Creating safe environments and preventing accidents

o    Fire safety and prevention

o    What to do in an emergency

o    Good decision-making and leadership skills

o    Basic First Aid skills


For more information about these and other Safety Tree courses, visit their website and social links
Website: https://www.safetytreecanada.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/safetytreecanada
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Safety__Tree
Plus, we have a contest! See below to learn about how you can win a FREE SAFETY TREE CLASS.

Enter To Win


We are giving away a FREE SAFETY TREE CLASS! Just enter the Rafflecopter contest below (it may take a minute to load) and be sure to leave a comment at the bottom of this post with which Safety Tree Class your family would be interested in.
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2 comments:

  1. The class sounds great! Just right for my son. Thanks for the contest!

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  2. I would love for my daughter to take the home alone class.

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