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Please select free or advanced test

Free (basic)

  • Basic safety skills
  • Topic for kids: safety with strangers and other people

Advanced (full)

$ 5.00
  • Advanced safety skills
  • Topics for kids: Psychological Readiness, Resilience, Bullying, Peer Pressure, Abuse, Sexual Safety, Self-defense, Internet safety, City Skills, Orientation, Attention, Reaction, Communication, Getting Help, Emergency Plans, Household Safety, Fire, Hazards, Dangerous Objects, Firearms, Drugs, Chemicals, Playdates, First-aid, Health problems, Water, Animals, Active Shooting, Public Events, Crowd Emergency, Natural Disasters, and more
  • Bonus topic for parents: are you ready to teach safety in a positive way?

I'm glad to see you here!

Hi, I’m Katherine Joy, founder of Be WITH Kids.

I help busy parents teach kids safety in a positive, hands-on way.


I have two super-active boys who inspired me for this training by crash-testing safety measures and asking challenging questions.

We've spent three years working on this topic, and now they follow the rules - because they understand, not because they are scared.

I will be glad to share with you all the research, lessons, tips, and tricks we've learned.

My life is so much easier, and yours can be too!

P.S. If you're wondering about my "before professional motherhood" career, I've built 15 years of success as the CEO of a software company, a business trainer, and an entrepreneur. And keep juggling it all : )


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What parents say about our programs ...

(All classes are tested and approved by parents - just like you)


“I loved the games for teaching kids to say No, and how to end the conversation.

We're always nagging at them to speak to people and say "please" and "thank you", but never about how to shut down someone that's invading their space in an inappropriate way.”

— Stella Nadene, mom


“The new things I haven’t thought before? Teaching my child how to break the rules when needed. How to give him permission to defend himself. The part about learning self defense sparked something for me.”

— Shophia Koulakis, mom