Make safety a part of your holiday plans with these three simple, but important reminders to keep kids safe and provide families with a little peace of mind.
Who needs a break? After balancing all the different challenges that come with a global pandemic, we’re looking forward to some well-earned peace and joy this holiday season. At Safe Kids, we’d like to get a head start on the gift giving with three simple, but important reminders to keep kids safe and provide families with a little peace of mind.
Regardless of how you choose to celebrate this Halloween, here are a few ways to make safety a part of your planning.
Even as parents and caregivers continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, Halloween is still one of the most exciting nights of the year. This year’s festivities will look a little different and call for creative alternatives that are both fun and follow local COVID-19 guidelines and recommendations.
Parents, here are three activities to help teach your kids about fire safety
It’s National Fire Prevention Week and this year’s theme is “Serving Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen.” As parents focus on several priorities at once, more kids are helping out in the kitchen, which makes this the perfect time to talk with your kids about fire safety, how to prevent kitchen fires, and what to do in an emergency.
Every year, on the first Wednesday of October, schools and communities around the world celebrate International Walk to School Day. This year due to the pandemic, some students may still be walking to and from school while others might just be walking around their neighborhoods. Either way, this is a great time to talk to your kids about how to walk safely.
Learn tips about how to keep your kids safe in and around water.
Last year, I was at a neighbor’s pool when my mom’s friend took her child’s floaties off. She had placed the child on a pool noodle and then resumed her conversation. The mom was distracted by her friend, so she did not notice the child slowly slipping off the pool noodle. When I looked up, the child’s head was fully submerged in the water.
Safe Kids and Union Pacific are celebrating Railroad Safety Week with several resources and tips to help families keep their kids safe on and around train tracks.
Railways play an important part of our society by transporting people and goods. But we have to work together to keep each other safe around tracks and trains.
Did you know that every 5 days a child dies as a result of being struck by a train?
New virtual and online options for all parents to check car seats during September’s Child Passenger Safety Week
Safe Kids Worldwide is celebrating child passenger safety (CPS) throughout the month of September.
Vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death and injury for American children and correctly used child safety seats can reduce the risk of death by as much as 71 percent. Unfortunately, almost 60 percent of car seats are not used or installed correctly.
Here are 3 injury prevention reminders for families doing online school at home and 3 more for families traveling back to school this year.
As many normal activities have continued to require careful consideration as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, parents are now challenged with “back to school” and what that means for their children and their families.
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