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Adorable stranger danger lesson fail!
This child doesn’t get the message about strangers (but at least she’s honest!).
One important lesson parents like to teach their kids from a young age is how to respond to “Stranger Danger”. If your child is approached by a stranger at school, in the supermarket or elsewhere, you want to know that your child will know how to respond. Kids aren’t always easy to teach, and sometimes miss the importance of the lesson. Like this little girl, for example…

Is that a trick question?

Her mom is asking her all of the right questions: What if a stranger offered her cookies, or ice-cream, or wanted to take her for a swim? To the little girl, these are no-brainer questions. Of COURSE she wants cookies!

She simply hears “cookies” and not “stranger”.

Fortunately, after some coaching, the girl with the most-winning grin on the internet today seems to get the lesson. Phew!

Watch the sweetest stranger danger lesson ever:

Mom tries to teach adorable girl life lesson via Dramafever/YouTube

How to keep your child happy and safe in a big, bad world

A child doesn’t always grasp the dangers of speaking to some adults or older children. If you’re trying to come up with creative ways of explaining the way the world works to your little one (and protect them from harm) you could take a look at some of these resources:

What is a 'stranger'?

12 facts on child abductions

Protect your family from abduction

Internet safety for kids

What are your tips for teaching kids about strangers?

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