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The 7 Safety Rules All Kids Should Know

1. Know home address and phone numbers Your grandkids should memorize important information about themselves ? like their first and last name, their age, home address, and phone numbers for mom and dad. Younger kids, ages three-five aren’t too young to learn this information, through try teaching them just one phone number where you know someone will always pick up. If kids ever get lost, this is essential information for them to give to a police officer or adult to get them home safely.
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