Run, Run, Run, Yell and Tell! Child Safety Education – NH

April 11, 201325 Comments

The first entry to the Lil’ Iguana YouTube page. This video touches upon the issue of abduction by child predators. The Lil’ Iguana education program has saved many children.

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Calvin Gipson is a certified Self-Esteem Elevation Coach for children in Southern California. He brings you the finest news articles and videos to help you protect your children. He is married and has two young boys.

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  1. purpleblue77 says:

     cool

  2. Anne Azman says:

    hi! do you happen to have the lyrics for this song?

  3. Liliguanasafety says:

    Yes we do we have it available in our Be Smart, Stay Safe Kit. It comes with 3 CD’s and a DVD we also use it in our live stage show that you can watch on our web-site liliguanausaorg
    Thanks

  4. Kelsey Snowball says:

    :] these videos always make me smile.

  5. sjuttioelva says:

    I love how this was a feutured song for Hedleys “Don’t talk to strangers”

  6. BowsersGrl says:

    Thumbs up for the chicken.

  7. Izlude Tingel says:

    Apparently 6 children were kidnapped and nobody seems to care about it… it’s all over the internet.

    watch?v=nWpute7kETI

  8. goodgirlkay says:

    It’s so sad that videos like this even have to be made…Suffer the little children…

  9. TheOtherJerkstore says:

    That chicken plays a mean upright bass.

  10. Keitaro2011 says:

    Thumbs up if you’re here because of the “MAH BOI” thumbnail! XD

  11. MyRoisinDubh says:

    But hey, that’s 10% who are safe now, right? xD

  12. lilbluerideinghood says:

    Buahahaha this was amaZing!! Lol that chicken does play a pretty mean upright bass!! Lol I’m gonna be singing this for a very long time!

  13. vitamincity says:

    There’s only one place to come when I want my guitar solo dinosaur fix.

  14. lostmytwin says:

    I can see Phineas and Ferb singing this…

  15. kayteepotatiiee says:

    when i was 8 i was feeding my neighbours cat and when i left the garden a car pulled up and the man told me to come closer to him because he wants to ask me something but i legged it home

  16. Lynette Pelley says:

    love this!good job!

  17. twistedyogert . says:

    What are the odds of me needing to use these skills, I’m 15 are chances slim?

  18. Liliguanasafety says:

    We are had testimonials of children as old as age 17 remembering the messages taught by Lil’ Iguana and putting them into action later on in life when they needed them to avoid abduction and serious injuries. No matter what age, the lessons are good to know and remember.

  19. Liliguanasafety says:

    The Lil’ Iguana Foundation does not want children to be scared of adults. We just want them to be prepared and have the know how to get away from bad adults. This is why we Lil’ Iguana is trusted by parents and loved by kids. We give the children the tools and the foundation that they need to know what to do if someone wants to take them and cause them harm. Our messages are delivered in a kid friendly way that children remember into their adult lives.

  20. Cecilia Christensen says:

    Gr8 4 kids! 😀

  21. Yolanda Flowers says:

    They should show this to kids at schools

  22. CellPhoneSally911 says:

    Please remind the kids that they must tell the authorities, best done by calling 9-1-1.

  23. SlumberCloud says:

    I was always taught to GRAB a hold. If you hold on to the person, or something like your bike, they will be unable to “throw” you in their car. Just keep a hold of them in a tight hug until someone notices

  24. onegreeneye says:

    there are teens we get abducted. i was as a teen. and even some adults, still.. people can try to pull u into cars.. so be safe..at a distance..sometimes people act like they want driving directions, and pull over, near you..just to pull u in the car.. so be aware to that gut feeling.

  25. AmeliiaPonnd says:

    If you can’t get away from their grip you can drop to the ground and kick them in the shins or if it’s a dude you kick them where it hurts the most.. Scream at the top of your lungs too.. I always think that is what will scare the strangers away. A little kid screaming at the top of their lungs about how they don’t know you.. Yeah..

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