22 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday — 40

  1. Thank you for sharing this poster Saritha…it’s something that must be taught to every child

    Yeah that’s why i shared it here,i spoke too my kid too after seeing this ad…

  2. Such a simple and effective way of telling the children how to approach this! Showed it to Poohi!

    Me too showed it to varu,i made her read it.Pinks i think still time is there for her to understand what it is…

  3. Brilliant!!! I had a book very similar to this one called, “It’s okay to say NO'” – we really need to make such books available to children everywhere, so that every child knows when a touch is wrong and they are not going to be blamed if they tell someone.

    This ad is from The Hindu newspaper.I always tell my kids to tell me everything whether it is bad or good/right or wrong.I feel kids should always open with their parents so that we can help them if something or someone is troubling them.

  4. Reblogged this on Perceptions and commented:
    This is such a fantastic way to educate our children about the good touch and bad touch. I wish not just parents, but every school, every teacher were to ensure of ways to make their pupils aware of this very serious issue and encourage them to speak up and raise an alarm. This so CANNOT be brushed aside.

  5. thanks for this idea 🙂 I’ve bookmarked it for later use when chirpy’s time comes to know this 🙂

    P.S. Ironically we have to teach our children this along with the nursery rhymes and poems 😦 How cruel the world can get even for the little angels!

  6. it is so important to teach our kids about good and bad touch and with pictures like these, it is very easy for them to comprehend…thanks for sharing

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