Tips For Keeping Your Kids Safe This Summer

Summer is full of sunshine, being outdoors, family time and holidays - but how can we keep them safe? Tips to keep the little ones safe.

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Everybody knows, including people who are not parents, how difficult it can be raising children. It also happens to be one of the most rewarding things that you can do in life. While they are up and awake, you are trying to keep track of them, but when they’re asleep or out of your sight for a moment, all you can is worry. It is completely natural. Being a parent is a full time job and there are things to be wary of all year round but as Spring draws to a close and the Summer holidays approach, it sometimes seems that you’re working overtime. You have to entertain your kids and try to keep them engaged so that they don’t forget everything that they learned in their last year of school. One thing that you don’t want is them going back in September having forgotten how to study and concentrate. But otherwise, the Summer holidays represent another problem: your kids will be playing outside with their friends so much that something is bound to go wrong at some point. Here are a few things that you can do to make sure that they are as safe as they can be and have fun at the same time:

Consider investing in an artificial grass lawn: the best part of the Summer holidays are the long days spent playing in the garden. However, it is easy to be disheartened at the end of the day to see your kids walk in covered in mud. Besides, an artificial lawn like LazyLawn will ensure that your kids don’t start putting something in their mouth that they shouldn’t. Lastly, the Environmental Protection Agency in the USA has done lots of research and found that it is perfectly safe.


It may seem like an obvious point but you should always ensure that when your child is riding a bike, they should wear their helmet. It is a good idea to give them elbow and knee pads too. It is not just cycling. Helmets are crucial if they are riding a skateboard, wearing rollerblades, or even playing with a pogo stick. Many kids seem to think that their friends will tease them but if you let your child pick out their helmet, perhaps with a motif from one of their favourite cartoons for instance, then they will want to wear it. If everyone wears them it becomes the norm. Another consideration is whether your child’s bike is the right size for them. If it is too big or too small, it can be dangerous for them to ride.

Finally, it is important to know what dangers may be right in front of you that you just don’t know about. If you take your kids camping for instance, it is important to remember that any bites that might show up on their body could be from a tick and therefore deserves immediate medical attention. Also, any bodies of water, whether it is a pond or an indoor swimming pool, can be a threat. Children should never be left unsupervised. Remember protect their skin with suncream, hats and sunglasses.


And if you can, try to enjoy the holiday too.

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April 3, 2017
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  • Reply Mike McLeish

    Great tip on kids wearing helmets. I always make sure I wear mine as well!

    April 12, 2017 at 8:15 am
  • Reply Jason

    Wearing a helmet is very, very important! I learned this the hard way when my son fell off his bike and suffered a concussion. Thank goodness it didn’t turn into anything serious but from then on he never got on his bike or scooter with a helmet and his knee and elbow pads.

    April 13, 2017 at 8:16 am
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    December 22, 2017 at 7:17 am
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    December 22, 2017 at 7:25 am
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    December 22, 2017 at 7:40 am
  • Reply Barbara Walters

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    April 6, 2018 at 7:15 am
  • Reply Sophia jackson

    I like your point on the low maintenance of artificial lawns.

    June 8, 2018 at 2:34 pm
  • Reply Sophia jackson

    I like your point of view about the low maintenance of artificial turf.

    June 8, 2018 at 2:39 pm
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