How to call "911" or "0" in emergencies, and how to use a public phone. Help them practice making emergency phone calls. Be sure all emergency numbers such as police, fire, poison control, and emergency medical are posted by all phones.
Their full name, address, and phone number (including the area code), plus your work phone number. Make sure your child knows your cellular phone number(s) as well.
How to walk confidently and stay alert to what's going on around them.
To walk and play with friends, not alone.
To refuse rides or gifts from anyone, unless it’s someone both you and your child know and trust.
To tell a trusted adult immediately if anyone, no matter whom, touches them in a way that makes them feel uncomfortable.
Home Alone Tips - Make Sure Your Kids Know ...
What steps you want them to follow when they get home, such as phoning you at work or a neighbor or grandparent who is at home.
Not to let strangers, adults or children into the home for any reason.
Not to tell telephone callers that they’re alone.
That door and window locks must always be used. Be sure your children know how the work them.
Not to go into the home if a door is ajar or a window is broken, but to go to a neighbor’s place and call the police.
Your rules about acceptable activities when you are not at home. Be very clear.