Our San Clemente Brazilian Jiu Jitsu School offers the #1 Kids Empowerment Program in town. ‘Our mission is to empower every one of our students. We accomplish this big goal through our multiple tools and a caring approach. One of our secrets is to provide the knowledge and self-defense against ‘stranger danger’, says San Clemente jiu jitsu head instructor Paulo.

This Wednesday, Aug 10th, Sensei Paulo and Penny Thomas will give a special class to our BJJ Little Kids and Kids Empowerment Program class about  Stranger Danger – How to Use Jiu Jitsu in a Self-Defense Situation. Everyone is welcome to join us. All you have to do is to bring your children (4-7 years old) to our San Clemente facility at 4:30 pm. To get more information call Catarina at 949 366-2107


“Stranger Danger”, tips and strategies.

Additionally, the following are important tips and strategies for children to protect themselves:

  • Know your name, address, and phone number.
  • Use the buddy system – avoid walking anywhere alone.
  • Trust your instincts – if you feel you are being followed or something is not right, seek help immediately.
  • If a stranger approaches you, you do not have to speak to him or her. Never approach a stranger in a motor vehicle. Just keep walking. Do not accept candy or any other items from a stranger. Never walk off with a stranger no matter what he or she tells you.
  • If someone is following you try to remember the license plate of his or her vehicle and immediately tell a trusted adult.
  • If a stranger grabs you, do everything you can to stop him or her from pulling you away or dragging you into his or her car. Drop to the ground, kick, hit, bite, and scream. Do whatever it takes to attract the attention of others who can help you. If someone is dragging you away, scream, “this is not my dad,” or “this is not my mom.”

While sharing the above tips with your child is extremely important, the best way to teach stranger danger lessons is through role-playing scenarios. “Stranger Danger” role playing scenarios.

Source: http://www.mychildsafety.net/stranger-danger.html