“Facing Dangers” presents a simple system, based on the distinction between a “red light person” and a “green light person,” for teaching children to cope with the key question of when and how much they can trust unfamiliar people. A red light person is a stranger who can be dangerous to you. A green light person is someone you can trust to help keep you safe and avoid red light people. Red light people can be found in red light places such as a wooded area, a deserted playground, or an old building. “Facing Dangers” teaches about green light places where children can go for help and introduces other important safety rules.
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