Keep Your Kids Safe This Winter with COMC
MAKE YOUR KIDS TAKE BREAKS TO WARM UP.
Kids can get so excited that they forget to come inside and warm up, so remind them. You don't want them to catch a cold.
WATCH YOUR KIDS WHEN THEY PLAY IN THE SNOW.
Prevent your kids from wandering out on to the road or from "rough housing" by keeping a close eye on them while playing in the snow. Suggest a fun activity for you all to do together, such as making a snowman or snow angels.
MAKE SURE YOUR KIDS ARE SAFE WHILE ICE SKATING.
Ice skating can be a very popular activity do participate in during the winter, so don't be afraid to let your kids join in. Here are some things you can do to help make for a safer ice skating experience for your children:
• Make sure they understand all of the rules of the ice skating rink
• Supervise your children while ice skating
• Be sure their ice skates are tight enough to where they won't rub on their ankles
• Consider having them wear a helmet
LAYER YOUR KIDS UP!
Dress your children in warm layers to where they won't get cold right away when walking outside. They say to dress your children in 1 more layer then you would yourself, as an adult. Keep an eye on the wind chill too. Keep as much skin as possible covered to help prevent frostbite. This can include dressing your kids in Mittens, Waterproof boots, Ear muffs, Coats, Sweaters, Ski masks, Coveralls and more.
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