While we want our children’s reach to exceed their grasp, many children have a tendency to be careless—even reckless—at times. They haven’t yet developed the common sense that most adults have, and they may try things that have the potential to cause them injury. Childhood is prime time for cuts and scrapes, but some accidents can leave children seriously injured or worse. That’s why there are safety classes for kids. Sometimes it’s just not enough for parents to tell their kids to be careful and to warn them of all the potential dangers around them. Kids will often try things anyway, in spite of their parents’ warnings. Instructors trained to teach children how to stay safe may have a bigger impact on kids than their parents’ repeated warnings, which are often considered in the category of nagging. Here are two examples of safety classes kids can take to prevent serious accidents.