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5 Things to Do When a Child Falls Off a Bicycle

Nov 12th 2015 at 11:05 PM

Teaching a child to ride a bicycle is quite a tricky process which requires as lot of patience and strength from both parties. It’s essential to inform your child about the different aspects of the learning process that’s in front of him – he or she has to be ready for success and failure along the way. Be prepared for emergency situations at all times by being a responsible parent who’s always carrying a sanitizer and a compression bandage in his/her bag. Try to calm down a child after the fall, treat his/her wounds and reassure him/her that everything’s going to be all right. Make sure that he/she understands that it’s important to keep going – quitting is not an option for brave kids. He/she might encounter a few bumps along the way, but that’s not a reason for giving up.

Being a parent of an active child is always an adventure and a never-ending learning process. Everything looked different when your child was a toddler because you could control most of possible daily scenarios. Things have changed – you’re no longer able to protect your child from numerous unforeseen situations. It’s vital to allow him/her to grow and learn without major constrictions imposed by your own fears. Teaching your child to ride a bicycle is one of those activities which will test your stamina and stability. You have to prepare him/her for all different aspects of that process, but it’s crucial not to burden him with negativity and fear. Having this in mind, we’ve constructed a list of 5 things you need to do when your child falls off a bicycle.

1.  Inform your son or daughter about the crucial data regarding the learning process that’s in front of him/her. It’s important to inform your child that learning to ride a bike isn’t exactly a walk in the park, but it’s not an impossible task. He/she will experience setbacks, but that won’t last for a long time. It’s natural to rise and fall, cry and laugh out loud and learn more about your own personality. Try to explain it as a sort of a unique adventure which they will ultimately love.

2.  Be prepared for an emergency scenario at all times. Monitor your child’s efforts and stay close in order to react accordingly if something bad happens. Place a sanitizer and a compression bandage in your bag as a precaution measure.

3.  Well, it actually happened – your child fell off a bike. He/she is nervous, scared and in pain. Be a considerate parent and calm son/daughter down. Make sure that you inform him/her that it’s all right and that everything will be over soon.

4.  Treat the wound as quickly as you can because kids have a low tolerance for the entire process.

5.  Take your kid home and let him/her rest from the unpleasant event. Your child will lose his/her initial interest and try to avoid similar situations. Let him know that it will be better next time and that it’s important not to give up.

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