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Do you want to take your child's safety to the next level?

Special offer for the new subscribers only

"Keep your kids safe in public"


One thing unties all parents - we hate it when our kids get lost.


This course is about what you can do before leaving the door to make sure if being separated in a public place, you can find each other quickly.



What you get

  • Super short and effective one-hour reading course about how to handle "I'm lost" situation in stores, parks, museums, sports events, carnivals, trampoline parks, indoor gyms, cinemas, cafes, zoos, etc.
  • 3-step algorithm for kids to get out of trouble.
  • + A step-by-step check-list to use at the events.


The truth is

Most parents hope for better and do not teach kids safety until something happens
You have 2 options:
1. Wait until too late and deal with it then
2. Start teaching safety now


In this Course you will learn what to do

# 1 Before leaving the door

Safety measures to take before heading out with kids - to make it safe and pleasant.

# 2 If you are separated

The exact strategies (apart from "freeze and wait") kids should follow in case they are separated from you.

# 3 Find each other quickly

How you and your kids need to act to find each other easily.

And just for the limited time this course is $25.00 ($40.00)

Who is your coach?

Hi, I'm Erine Joy, founder of Be WITH Kids.

Our super-active kids inspired us for this training by crash-testing all possible safety measures.

We couldn't find any modern, empowering, hands-on safety curriculums, so we sought help from safety professionals to create an innovative one.

And now we are sharing it with you.

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

P.S. I'm also a CEO of a software company and an entrepreneur.

EJ 3x4 official

What parents say about our programs ...

(All classes are testes 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

Join a private Facebook community of smart parents who teach safety in a positive way and get support along this program!