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Spotting Danger Before it Spots Your Kids: Teaching situational awareness to keep children safe (Hardcover)

by Gary Quesenberry

This is a book about presenting the concepts of situational awareness to children in a way that will keep them engaged and help them take an active role in their own personal security. We will show you how to use fun, interactive games to build situational awareness skills.

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SKU:
B8919
Release date: 
May 1, 2022
Hardcover
Dimensions: 
9 × 6 × 1 in
ISBN: 9781594398919
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As the world changes, we need to take the time to prepare our children

Things change. As the world becomes more challenging, we need to take the time to prepare our children. Not in a threatening or scary way, but in a way that is fun, engaging, and will give them the best possible chance of ensuring their own wellbeing.

Spotting danger before it happens is a skill that children can learn.

This is a book about presenting the concepts of situational awareness to children in a way that will keep them engaged and help them take an active role in their own personal security.

We will show you how to use fun, interactive games to build situational awareness skills such as:

  • How children can identify and understand normal environmental behaviors.
  • How children can spot abnormal behaviors within their given environment.
  • How to give children a plan and a means of avoidance or escape should a dangerous situation present itself.

What you impart upon children will have a lasting impact on the way they live their lives. Nowhere is this more important than in the area of personal safety.

“Your child’s future success will depend on their ability to interact with their surroundings and make sound decisions based on what they see. That’s the foundation of situational awareness.”

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About the Author

Gary Quesenberry

Gary Quesenberry, Federal Air Marshal (RET.) was born in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, where his parents taught him the value of hard work, patriotism, and commitment to family. His passion for the outdoors and patriotic spirit led him to enlist in the United States Army at the age of seventeen where he served in the 7th Infantry Division as an Artilleryman during Operation Desert Storm. Shortly after being honorably discharged from the Army, Gary married his wife, Kelly and began his … More »