#052 Safety Guide for Kid Sitters
Child Protection

5228-page, full-color booklet - MS, JH, SH, P, A

KidSitting can be a great way for teens to earn money. It’s a good way to learn a lot about children, families, having jobs, and managing money. NCSC’s Safety Guide for KidSittersTM can help teens decide if they are ready to take on a kid sitting job and outline what is expected of a sitter. 

Booklet includes fill in the blank information charts and address book, cut apart reinforcement Safetypup® tokens for kids, and cut apart KidSitter calling cards teens can personalize.

Topics: Are you old enough to care for children by yourself; Consider why you want to be a KidSitter; Will you be able to handle the job; Can you cope; Have a business plan; Keep yourself SAFE; What Kids LIke To Do; Kids Song List; Know the kids chart; Build a KidSitter Kit; Basic Child Care, Emergency Skills; Security; Fire Safety; Problem Behavior; My Address Book; My Notes; Family Profile/Family Info. Chart; Safetypup® Tokens (For the kids!); Calling Cards

* NOTE: This publication is designed to present information but is not intended as a comprehensive professional babysitting or medical course. Children may want to learn other life saving techniques such as CPR through local groups or programs.


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