KidSafe For Kids Parents

Your child is participating in the KidSafe for Kids Program.

During the eight-week program your child will learn how to make Safe and Smart Choices about their personal safety. Each weekly, 30-minute lesson is filled with fun and age appropriate activities, discussions, songs, and role-playing.

Follow along with our program Newsletter, view or download to continue the discussion at home.

Newsletter Topics

Safety Voice / Reporting

Staying Close to Your Grown-up

Check First

Circle of Safe Adults

Body Boundaries

Good Secrets and Bad Secrets

Intro to Online Safety

Yell "No!" Run and Tell

The Check First Song
(To the tune of “Hokey Pokey”)

I am Check First smart (make “Check First” sign)
I know the rules (bring thumbs to your chest)
I Check First with a Grown-up (make “Check First” sign)
That’s what I do (bring thumbs to your chest)
I sing this song ’cause I’m Check First smart
(hands on each side of mouth)
That’s what it’s all about!
(hands on waist and stomp one foot)
Before I answer the door (pretend to knock on door)
Before I go out to play (run in place)
I Check First with a Grown-up (make “Check First” sign)
To make sure it’s okay (shake head yes: up and down)
I sing this song ’cause I’m Check First smart
(hands on each side of mouth)
That’s what it’s all about!
(hands on waist and stomp one foot)
Before I go online (type with fingers)
Before I take a ride (pretend hands turning wheel)
I Check First with a Grown-up (make “Check First” sign)
And let them decide (point finger out)
I sing this song ’cause I’m Check First smart
(hands on each side of mouth)
That’s what it’s all about!
(hands on waist and stomp one foot)
KidSafe!!! (all hands go in the air)

KidSafe for Kids Program Songs

I Always Stay Close To My Grown-up
(To the tune of “My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean”)

I Always Stay Close To My Grown-up (hug self)
My Grown-up’s important to me
(thumbs pointing to chest)
I Always Stay Close To My Grown-up (hug self)
Wherever I go, they’re with me. (thumbs to chest)
Mommy (sign language)
Daddy (sign language)
Wherever I go, they’re with me, with me (thumbs to chest)
Grandma (sign language)
Grandpa (sign language)
Wherever I go, they’re with me, with me. (thumbs to chest)
I Always Stay Close To My Grown-up (hug self)
My Grown-up’s important to me (thumbs to chest)
I Always Stay Close To My Grown-up (hug self)
Wherever I go, they’re with me.
Walking (pretend to walk)
Restroom (pretend to wash hands)
Playing outside they’re with me, with me
(pretend to throw a ball)
Movies (make a square with hands)
Traveling (put arms out like a plane)
Shopping with them, they’re with me, with me.
(pretend to put items in hand)

I’m a KidSafe Kid Online! Song
(To the tune of "Old McDonald")

When I’m online I know the rules,
I’m a KidSafe Kid! (Thumbs pointed to chest)
I won’t tell you my name or school. (Wave finger no)
I’m a KidSafe Kid! (Thumbs pointed to chest)
With a click-click here (Pretend to type)
And a click-click there, (Pretend to type)
I Check First before I share. (Make Check First sign)
I am smart when I’m online, (Point to brain)
Click, click, click, click, click. (Pretend to type)
My pictures and birthday belong to ME!
I’m a KidSafe Kid! (Thumbs pointed to chest)
My house and address you can’t see. (Wave finger no)
I’m a KidSafe Kid! (Thumbs pointed to chest)
With a click-click here (Pretend to type)
And a click-click there. (Pretend to type)
I Check First before I share. (Make Check First sign)
I am smart when I’m online, (Point to brain)
Click, click, click, click, click. (Pretend to type)

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KidSafe Books

My Body is Special and it Belongs to Me!

My Body is Special and Belongs to Me is a fun, age appropriate and comfortable way for parents to open the conversation about personal safety with their children. Grown-ups often ask how they can talk to their children about personal safety from a place of empowerment, not fear. My Body is Special and Belongs To Me does just that. This book sparks conversation between parents and children about body boundaries, secrets, and consent as a natural part of everyday parenting.

Jack Teaches His Friends to be Kidsafe!

Jack Teaches His Friends will teach you and your children essential life skills to help you keep them safe. Use this book to comfortably open up the conversation with your children about their personal safety.