It has been shown that children who are taught refusal skills are more likely to make positive choices and refrain from engaging in high-risk behaviors. It's important to empower children to set limits for themselves and say "no" to outside pressures. This increases their self-confidence. When children learn to stop and consider the consequences before responding to a request, as well as a variety of ways to say "no," they become more accomplished at refusing to participate in anything that could harm themselves or others.
This program uses humorous animated segments and age-appropriate live-action scenarios to teach children how to say no when they feel they are being pressured to do something they don't want to do.