Bullying Solutions | Abuse Prevention | Skills to Keep Kids Safe
Safety and Bully Prevention Workshops
Parent-Child Workshops for children ages 5-10
How can we teach our children to be safe without scaring them in a fun, experiential way? This workshop introduces simple, important everyday safety skills through storytelling and interactive role-plays and guides children in practicing these skills with their adult. One parent or guardian is required to attend with their child/children.
Children and adults learn simple and
powerful skills to:
Be aware and confident
Stop unwanted touch
Handle unkind words
Be safe with strangers
Get help from adults
Fee: $20 per child, including adults.
Call for more information on upcoming Kidpower Parent-Child Workshops:
Sunday, January 12th at the Haverford Library
Call 303-915-5421 for registration information. All workshops go from 2:00pm to 3:15pm.
Organize A Workshop
Workshop organizers include parents, teachers, administrators, directors, employers, and other group leaders. They arrange workshops for their class, school, club, business, organization, congregation – or for their friends & neighbors!
The 7 steps to organizing a workshop:
Contact Tarra to discuss the topics for the workshop
Choose a date and time
Arrange a location
Make a plan to cover the cost
Sign up your participants
Address logistics (i.e. parking, chairs, snacks, sound systems)
Enjoy your workshop!
Contact us as early as possible in your organizing process. Tarra will work with you personally to arrange your workshop. She can be reached at and at 303-915-5421.