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Children and safety in Australia. Safety at home
Children and safety in Australia. Safety at home
Day, William2018
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Houses and gardens are full of potential dangers for children. Whether in the kitchen, bathroom or swimming pool, safety involves ensuring children learn safe behaviours and how to keep an eye on younger siblings. Children need to be able to recognise when the family pet could become aggressive, they should be able to decide if food is safe to eat, and they also need to know when to ask for help and how to contact emergency services if they have to. This book covers all these topics and more, providing both parents and children with strategies to stay safe at home.
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Imprint:
Frenchs Forest, N.S.W. : Redback Publishing, 2018
Collation:
32 pages : colour illustrations ; 28 cm.
Notes:
Includes index and glossary.
Contents:
Introduction -- Emergency services in Australia -- Stranger danger at home -- Caring for others -- Safety in the kitchen -- Food safety at home -- Safety in the bathroom and laundry -- Windows at home -- Power sources -- Swimming pools -- Safety in the garden -- Pets at home -- How safe are your toys? -- Bushfires, floods and cyclones -- Glossary -- Index.
ISBN:
9781925630657
Dewey class:
363.136363
Language:
English
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