Wellness - Safety/First Aid | 2-12 yrs

Playground Safety Tips

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Play is essential and important in the lives of children. But, it should not come at the cost of the safety of your children who are exposed to various dangers on the playground.

Parents should always keep in mind certain tips that will help them ensure the safety of their kids.

To know more about playground safety tips, go through the ClipBook.

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Understanding Playground Safety

Playgrounds and outdoor play equipment offer children fresh air, friends, and exercise. So it's important for parents to make sure that faulty equipment, improper surfaces, and careless behavior don't ruin the fun.

How Can You Keep Your Child Safe On The Playground?

There are a wide variety of ways children can be injured on playgrounds. Ask yourself the following questions before allowing your child to play on climbing structures, slides, and swings.

Swing Safely

Children frequently injure themselves on playground swings. The risks include falls from a swing and being hit by a moving swing. A few precautions can go a long way to adequately protect children and prevent injury as they play on the swings.

Playground Safety: Tips For Children

Playgrounds are great places to have fun. But children need to have fun without getting hurt. Here are a few tips for your child to remember before he goes out to play.

Playground Rules You And Your Children Should Remember

It’s fun to see just how high you can walk up the slide, and this might be fine when no one else is around. But if another kid is ready to swoop down the slide, your face is a perfect target for her feet.

How To Treat 10 Common Playground Injuries

Whether it’s the monkey bars or the slide, injuries are bound to happen on the playground. Find out the best treatments – and when to seek medical attention.

Preventing Playground Injuries

Playgrounds are fun places where children can explore, move, and play. But they can be dangerous if children are unsupervised or if the area is not properly designed or maintained. The following tips can help you keep children safe.

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