Teaching Your Children About Electrical Safety

Because of the manner we that we utilize electricity and our dependence on electrical devices, possible hazards for our children fills our home. Each household has a need for electricity. Though electricity and appliances have become an essential part of our lives as well as our way of living, there are vital and valuable points that parents should be aware of so as to promote the safety and protection of children against misfortunes related to electricity. While big companies of appliances and other electrical products like pendant lighting Melbourne widely promote proper use of their products, it is still essential (as parents) to educate our kids about the dos and don'ts of using electrical outlets. About seven children are treated in hospital ERs each day because of electrical shock or burn wounds because of tinkering with a wall outlet and 70% of these incidents happen at home where an adult or parental supervision is present. Simple Electrical Safety Tips For Children We have grown used of...
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How To Teach Your Child To Cycle Safely To School

Many parents cycle with their child (ren) to school. There are also many parents who bring their child to school by car or by bus. Sometimes it cannot be otherwise. That does not mean that their children will also have to learn to participate independently in traffic at a later date. That is very important. Nonetheless, learning the basic rules of traffic and making sure that your kids are well geared up is a good start. Here’s a great resource for the best helmets to protect your child. Bicycle Rules Of The Road https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAwv_BPBAnc Children Vulnerable In Traffic Children are very vulnerable to traffic. Because they don't always think first before they do, they can sometimes cross over suddenly. Fatigue and reduced concentration also play a role. Recent research has shown that more accidents occur with children on bicycles on the way home from school than vice versa. Young children still have a lot of experience in traffic. Their sense of danger is still limited....
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AAP Study Recommends Uniform Laws that Address Home-Alone Child Neglect

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently presented in its 2019 National Conference and Exhibition, the results of a study aimed at determining the right age by which children left home-alone is not regarded as a case of child neglect. The general consensus among the survey participants suggest that they deem 12 years old as the right age for parents to leave a child alone at home for four hours or more. https://youtu.be/vEGKrz3vzvk The authors of the study noted that the question of age comes as a factor that social workers consider when evaluating potential cases of child neglect. The need to determine a home-alone child’s age is necessary as previous studies performed by other researchers, revealed that the absence of adult supervision was a common factor in more than 40 percent (40%) of injury-related deaths among American children.   https://youtu.be/9U1xJ9CRWXg However, the AAP research authors took note that child-neglect laws vary in different states, to which the results of their study has prompted them...
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Be Careful Telling Lies Around Your Children Or They Might Pick It Up As A Habit

Be Careful Telling Lies Around Your Children Or They Might Pick It Up As A Habit

Our children take a lot of things from us as their parents, and it is important that we become the best role model that they will see as they grow up. Their habits, their personalities, and their behavior largely depend on how they see the grown-ups act or speak when they are around. However, we can't also deny the fact that before deciding to become parents, we are also just human. We can't choose the right time to not commit mistakes. Perhaps one of the worst life lesson that our children will eventually learn as they grow older is how to tell a lie. At first, it might not be obvious that our children are already telling lies straight to our faces, and once we know that they are lying, it can deeply hurt our feelings because it is an outright display of disrespect towards us as their parents. How Did My Child Learn To Tell Lies? Or Am I Partly The...
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Types of Shoes Your Kids Should Wear When Going on a Trip

If you are planning a family trip with your kids regardless of when and where, it is important to make preparations in advance - foods and drink you need to bring, kid's attire, and even toiletries. Also, I highly advise for you to plan the footwear your kids must wear. When going on a vacation of kid, the utmost priority is their comfort because any pain, discomfort, and blistered feet may ruin each and every family member's vacation. Proper footwear is very important especially if the trip involves long walks. Hence, when it comes to choosing shoes for your kids, choose footwear that does not only look good, but will bring comfort to your kids. If you like wearing  The Best Work Boots (Men & Women) at work or even traveling because it offers protection and comfort, then your kids would like it too even though they are not saying it. In this article, I will be sharing your some tips...
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Distant Parenting? It’s Hard but it’s Possible

Being a parent is never easy, and that’s a fact! Ask any parents in this world and they will agree with you in a heartbeat. We are on a constant struggle and wondering if we are doing the best that we could for our little ones. There’s just too much pressure of knowing that you are only getting short window to prepare them to turn to a healthy, emotionally balanced and responsible adults in the future. For parents, there’s an additional challenge of being far from their kids. In this case, how a parent could really play their part; more so if they can only see their kids during holidays and vacations? First of all, it’s not the most ideal of situation but… it does not indicate that you as a parent have no influence in the lives of your kids. Truth is, with a bit of planning and effort, it is feasible to establish a close relationship with them even you’re...
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Using Parenting Strategies in Improving Google Ads Campaign

  Parenting involves different methods to help the kids grow with discipline and well-mannered. And it is not that easy to raise kids in the digital era. Moreover, techniques involve in parenting may also be employ in business management like the budgeting, studying ROI, negotiation, and trusting. Well, if this is the case, it would also be possible to incorporate these strategies in improving the Google ads campaigns. In doing such campaigns, there are also the Common Google Ads automation workflows which you can follow. However, adding some touch of parenting style may help your campaign to have a little improvement. Improvement with a touch of trust, love, and care. Parenting Techniques That Can Help to Improve Google Ads Campaign Below is the list of strategies for parenting that may also be applicable for campaigning on Google Ads. 1. It’s all about your money Just like your kiddos, Google also want to take your money. Even though, most things in the Google platform are free, remember...
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