Whether your little ones are off to school for the very first time or they feel like old salts by now, they are never too seasoned for a review of back to school safety. Spend some time talking to your kids about how to make school a safe place so that every day can be focused on learning (and a little bit of fun, too)!
The first thing to think about: Transportation safety.
How are your children getting to school? Are you driving them yourself? Will they take the bus? Carpool with a classmate? Bike or walk? Regardless of the mode of transportation, be sure you child is aware of the specifics:
Next up: Health.
When it comes to the health of your child, you’ll need to consider both school requirements and daily hygiene. Make sure you have crossed all of these off your checklist:
Other Safety Concerns
You know the ones we mean, the little stumbles and fumbles that could result in a trip to the nurse’s office and an unhappy afternoon. Here are some steps you can take to stay ahead of the mishaps:
Now, give those students big hugs and send them off with the knowledge that you are a proud parent!
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