1. Drove carefully to keep kids safe, whether they were riding with you or playing near the street.
2. Called a niece, nephew, grandchild, or child to say “hi” and to see how he or she was doing.
3. Read a book to a child.
4. Gave back the extra money when a cashier gave you the wrong change, then talked to a young person about why you did it.
5. Got on the floor to play with a baby or toddler.
6. Reminded a child or teenager that it’s important to respect others.
8. Stopped to talk with young people in your neighborhood or workplace.
9. Helped a child or teenager with a homework assignment or school project.
10. Included a child or teenager in a decision in your family, neighborhood, or organization.
11. Asked a young person to stop doing something that was inappropriate.
12. Said “good job” to a young person after he or she really worked hard on something.
13. Volunteered to work with children or teenagers in a school, youth organization, community agency, or congregation.
14. Cheered at a child’s or teenager’s sports game, concert, play or other performance.
15. Talked with a child or about what he or she wants to do in life.
16. Helped a young person work through a conflict.
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