Bus Safety For Kids

Bus Safety For Kids

Discussing bus safety for kids with your children should be a top priority before every school year and after every holiday break. While school buses account for 25% of all traveled miles by students, they only account for less than 4% of injuries. Part of this low percentage is safety education and high safety standards… continue reading →

Stranger Danger Techniques To Teach Your Child

Stranger Danger Techniques To Teach Your Child

You always want your child to feel safe and teaching them stranger danger techniques is just one of the ways to do that. By talking to your child, you can help them understand what to do when confronted by a stranger. This helps give your child the confidence to say no when they feel uncomfortable… continue reading →

16 Kitchen Safety Tips For Children

16 Kitchen Safety Tips For Children

Kids love to help in the kitchen. Keep them safer by following these kitchen safety tips for children. You don’t have to ban your kids from the kitchen. Letting them help you is a good way to introduce them to cooking and even encourage them to try new foods. By talking to your child and… continue reading →

Top 7 Safety Tips For Travelling With Kids

Top 7 Safety Tips For Travelling With Kids

Before you make travel plans for your family, it’s a good idea to review some safety tips for travelling with kids. Anytime you travel with children, especially younger children, you have to take extra precautions. The last thing you want is your child being injured or getting lost while you’re in another state or country…. continue reading →

Halloween Child Safety Tips

Trick or Treat – 6 Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is around the corner, and your kids are surely looking forward to trick-or-treating. Along with the excitement of the season, it is important to be aware of certain safety precautions so that children do not find themselves in dangerous situations. Keep your kids safe this Halloween by following these helpful safety tips: Make Costumes… continue reading →

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Plan A Family Day Before The School Year Begins

The school year is right around the corner, if it hasn’t already begun. Before you know it, the kids will be running from after-school programs to sports with very little time left for bonding with the family. This is why having a Family Day in place is important before the start of the new school… continue reading →

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Is Your Child Ready for a Cell Phone?

As a parent, it’s natural to want what’s best for your child. Whether it’s trying to find the best schools or picking the perfect birthday gift, you want your child to succeed and to be happy. One challenge that many parents face is knowing when a youngster is ready to have their own cell phone…. continue reading →

Swimming Pool Safety Tips

Swimming Pool Safety Tips for Parents

As a parent, you probably know that the lure of a swimming pool is an attraction few kids can resist. While that’s great when you’re there to supervise the fun, it’s a different story when the pool is unattended. Since a swimming pool can pose deadly dangers to children of all ages, it’s essential that… continue reading →

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How to Make Your Computer More Child-Friendly

The virtual world is full of dangers, particularly for those who are less than experienced. Children are vastly more likely than adults to fall victim of identity theft and various other online dangers as well as inadvertently viewing inappropriate content online as well. The internet can be a welcome and necessary tool it is becoming… continue reading →