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Enjoying the Outdoors

Outdoor Safety Tips for your Children

248 day ago

You probably remember just how amazing it was playing outdoors as a child: you had unhindered bliss and felt like there was an endless amount of time for exploring outdoors and enjoying your adventures. The thing is, you probably got yourself in a lot of trouble during those times too. Today, it’s your children’s time to enjoy just like you used to, with their boundless levels of energy, endless curiosity, and their extraordinary ability to bounce right back from falls and stumbles. We can’t deny that children usually put themselves at risk of accidents or injuries, and this is most true when they’re exploring outdoors.

 

For the most part, getting into a little bit of trouble is something natural especially during childhood. Unfortunately for most parents, times have changed and there are more things that you should be concerned about. This is the reason why it is really necessary to pay attention to your children’s safety especially when they are outside. Before you let your little ones loose for their next adventure, learn these outdoor safety tips to keep them safe at all times:

 

Lighting Strikes

Lighting Strikes

 

Be Prepared

 

Being ready for the risks that your little ones may experience outdoors will help keep them safe when they get out and play. Know the weather condition for the day and keep in mind that weather patterns change very often. If you don’t see clouds even if the weather reports say it will be rainy, get ready for a storm. Always be prepared by dressing you children accordingly. Besides this, you should also bring items that will keep them healthy and safe. Some of these items include bottles of water to keep them hydrated and snacks to balance their sugar levels. Some great snacks you can bring include yogurt, cheese, and peanut butter since these do not cause unsafe sugar spikes and will help them stay active.

 

Playing on the Streets

Playing on the Streets

 

Organize Safe Play Areas

 

Let your children know that the street is not a safe area. If your children are really young, it is best to limit the areas where they can play. Limit play in your own backyard first while they’re young, then expand their play areas as they grow.

 

Broken Glass

Broken Glass

 

Be Aware of your Surroundings

 

Some parents do not want to alarm their children and they tend to miss out on addressing the potential risks that the outdoors hold. However, it’s not a good idea to keep your little ones unaware of these since it can harm them, so teach them how to be aware of their surroundings. This also means that you have to keep an eye on your surroundings at all times. Check out every area for harmful objects such as broken glass and other sharp items before you allow your children to play in those places. Aside from these risks, never allow your children to wander off without your supervision and tell them not to talk to strangers or go with someone they don’t know. This may be difficult in today’s social world but your children must know that some strangers have bad intentions.

 

Allergy Symptoms - Sneezing

Allergy Symptoms – Sneezing

 

Seasonal Safety

 

We can’t avoid seasonal allergies and this can make a few children miserable. Pollen coming from summer weeds and grass usually causes allergy symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, as well as itchy red eyes. To keep your little ones protected and healthy, talk to your doctor and their pediatrician regarding treatments for your little one’s allergies. If you ever need to send your little ones out for a hike and camp, make sure that the camp’s operators know or have an idea about dietary restrictions to avoid harsh allergic reactions.

 

Poison Amanita Mushrooms

Poison Amanita Mushrooms

 

Be Cautious of Poisonous Plants

 

A hike in the woods is a great way for children to learn about outdoors. However, they can also experience having rashes due to plants such as poison ivy, poison sumac, as well as poison oak. According to research, around half of the people who come in contact with these plants experience having rashes. To prevent this, learn how to determine these types of plants and stay on cleared paths when hiking. Also, teach your little ones to refrain from touching things randomly and if you will be hiking with your pets, keep them away from greenery as well.

 

Whistlecopter Toys

Whistlecopter Toys

 

With these safety tips in mind, you can have fun playing with the Whistlecopter toys as a family without experiencing any danger. The Whistlecopter comes with the exclusive Viper Launcher and wings which have a variety of designs. Its 7-inch red rubber band is made of high-quality rubber to ensure that this won’t break easily. Additionally, the Whistlecopter also has a Patent and Trademark. Just like every other toy under the brand, the Whistlecopter is also made from highest quality materials that make this extremely durable for long hours of playtime and because of this, the Whistlecopter can reach a height of 200-250 feet when launched. Unlike other micro-flying copters which cannot reach these heights, the Whistlecopter has a boomerang effect; it whistles all the way up and the toy comes back to you when you shoot it into the wind. The Whistlecopter also has the brightest LED lights which make it look like fireworks in the sky.

 

Whistlecopter Flying Ball

Whistlecopter Flying Ball

 

Whistlecopter Flying Led Ball has Novel infrared induction control. With flashing LED light, it provides kids with an intense visual effect. Intellisense is a feature that allows the ball to easily fly up and down. This also features an automatic power-off protection and it can instantly sense obstacles when landing.

 

Using Tips: Push the button under the ball to switch this on or off. Do this after the flying ball is fully charged. After pressing the button, the button will take off automatically after a few seconds. Its charging time takes 15 minutes, and it flies for about 20 minutes. When the flying ball is landing, it can take off again when you place your hand under its sensor. You can turn the ball off and on by pushing the button located at the bottom.

 

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