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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Playground safety

Each year more than 200,000 children are injured at playgrounds. Now, while kids will be kids and yes some do play rough there are things you can do to help ensure your child does not get injured.

First of all when your child is at the play ground make sure you or another adult is present and activily supervising.

Many playgrounds are getting older and have been used many times so it is best to look for any broken or missing pieces as well as any hardware that may be sticking out

In the summer time surfaces of the play equipment may be hot. This heat may be hot enough to burn your child

Make sure area around play equipment is covered with soft material. This will help cushion any falls that may occur

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