Encourage good safety habits by having your child practice them.
What You Need:
- Large stuffed animal or doll
What To Do:
- When you take your child on her next car ride, bring a large stuffed animal or doll along.
- Say, “We need to make sure that Teddy stays safe in the car. Can you help buckle him up? Place the stuffed animal in the back seat next to your child. Encourage your child to snap the buckle together.
- Talk to your child throughout the car ride and ask if Teddy is still safely strapped in.
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