TeachBabytoSwim.com

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Today’s post is from TeachBabytoSwim.com, where parent’s learn how to teach a child to swim! Learning to swim can be tough. Especially for young children. But before we get into how to make learning to swim like playtime, lets imagine the average swimming lesson from a toddler’s point of view: we get put in this [...]

Auto Safety Time Line

Auto Safety Time Line

Check out the Auto Safety Time Line Compliance and Safety has put together. Please visit the Compliance and Safety website for all your safety video needs.   Featured By: complianceandsafety.com/blog   Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.

Internet Safety Tips for Middle Schoolers by a Middle Schooler

middle School Internet Safety Tips

About the guest author:   Liam is in 7th grade in middle school and does very well there. He is a soon to be 13 year old young man who enjoys sports including baseball, basketball and he’s an avid skier. Liam also likes his video games and exploring the internet like most 12 year olds. He was given [...]

New, Larger TV’s Still a Serious Hazard Warns UL

TV Safety Tips

The dangers of tipping furniture and televisions remains a serious concern for the safety organization Underwriter Laboratories. Over the last decade an average of 25 toddlers are killed each year from furniture tipping and falling on them according to statistics from the CPSC, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission . The largest contributor is still the home television. Curious toddlers climb and pull [...]

Public Playground Safety Tips

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Public playground Safety Tips The playground is a great outdoor place to bring the kids for some fresh air, exercise and fun. There’s the  social aspect for the children as well as the parents. However, keeping a close eye on your children while having fun with them has to outweigh the temptation to chat with the other [...]

Bus Seat Belts – Should They Be Required

Bus Seat Belts?

In August of 2011 the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration rejected a petition made by Center for Auto Safety and the National  Coalition for School Bus Safety to require seat belt on school buses. Only six US states ; California, New York, Florida, New jersey and Texas, have laws requiring seat belts on school buses. This petition [...]

Top of Stairs Baby Gate Tips

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Top of Stairs Baby Gate Tips Once your baby becomes mobile one of your biggest concerns is falls. About 2.3 million children are treated in hospitals annually from fall related injuries and ½ of these are children under 5 years old. The little ones love to explore and try new things with complete abandon for [...]

Subway Safety with Your Toddler

Subway Safety for Toddlers

Most major cities have a subway as part of their public transportation. The subway can be a wonderful and inexpensive way to get around and a great alternative to traffic and parking hassles. It can also be a lot of fun for children to ride the train through the city. Whether you’re just visiting or [...]

Fireplace Safety Area Tips

Child Safety Around Your Fireplace

Fireplace Safety for your Children Fireplaces, wood stoves, pellet stoves and gas fireplaces are a wonderful tool in the home. Not only to create a heat source to help alleviate the rising costs of heating oil and natural gas but they provide a wonderful general sense of warmth and comfort. With a little care and effort you can [...]