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Judy Ann Teaches 'Kolehiyala' Yohan How To Ride Public Transport; Ryan Approves 'Yaaan! Survival Skills!'

We are following Juday's lead that parents should teach their kids about public transport.
PHOTO BYINSTAGRAM /OFFICIALJUDAY

Judy Ann Santos has been preparing her eldest daughter Yohan for college life.

The actress and mom of three shared video updates on Instagram. She's acquainting Yohan how to ride public transport. 

"Jeep ride para sa aming kolehiyala," Judy Ann wrote in her video update, where they were riding an e-jeepney.

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PHOTO BY INSTAGRAM /OFFICIALJUDAY

After their jeepney ride, they took a bus next. "Nagjeep, naglakad, next natin, mag-bu-bus tayo anak," said Juday. 

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PHOTO BY INSTAGRAM /OFFICIALJUDAY

Juday explained in the caption, "Next in line, bus transpo. Bakit? Dapat alam lahat ng klaseng transportasyon pauwi at papunta..." She added in jest, "Tapos jujitsu training." 

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PHOTO BY INSTAGRAM /RYAN_AGONCILLO

Her husband, Ryan Agoncillo, approves, "Yaaaan! Survival skills! Sagot ko na yung bus ride hanggang bahay!" 

Yohan finished her senior high school last June 6.

READ ALSO: 'May Graduate Na Kami!' Juday, Ryan Agoncillo's Eldest Daughter Yohan Finishes Senior High

Teaching kids to stay safe on public transport

We are taking a cue from Juday that parents should teach their kids about public transport.

Their commuting skills will come in handy when they are older. Experts say, acquainting your children about public transport options early on will help establish good practices. This will also make both of you more confident on the road.

1. Use GPS trackers

If it's your child's first time commuting on their own, having a GPS tracker would help with the transition until they become confident.  Parents recommend using Apple AirTag for Apple users, or watches that have GPS.

2. Memorize a phone number

In case of an emergency when their phone is unavailable to use, it helps if the student has memorized their parent's contact number. 

3. Ask for help

If they are feeling uncomfortable or unsafe, teach them where to ask for help, either from a police officer or a public transport staff.

READ ALSO: Ingatan Ang Anak! Nanay Nagkuwento Kung Paanong Muntik Dukutin Ang Anak Niya Habang Nasa Mall

4. Teach your child self-defense

Enrolling your child in a self-defense class or combat sports would help a lot, so Juday is not kidding.

Read how a dad encouraged her daughter to try brazilian jiu-jitsu here.

Here are other life skills you may want to teach your kids. Read here.

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