Guest Post from Amanda Henderson

Yet again, Amanda has delivered a very informed article. On this occasion: Home safety for children!

Home Safety Tips for Kids of All Ages

From the moment you learn you’re expecting to the day you drop your teen off at college, your child’s safety is a top priority. However, while most parents know the home safety basics, they miss some important parts of keeping kids safe at home. Whether you’re anxiously awaiting your first child or already have a full house, Andi Webb presents home safety resources you need.

Home Safety for Babies and Toddlers

From basic babyproofing to bringing your little one out into the world, this is what you need to know for the infant and toddler years.

Babyproofing checklist: Before your baby comes home.

How to toddler-proof your home.

6 safety tips to not forget your child in the car.

Pedestrian safety, children ages one to four years.

Raising Safety-Conscious Elementary Schoolers

As kids grow more independent, parents’ safety concerns change. These resources will help you decide when and how to give your growing kids more independence.

Online safety advice for young children.

When can you leave your kids home alone? Here are the laws in every state.

When can my child switch from a booster seat to seat belts alone?

Teach your kids to walk, bike, and cross streets safely.

Keeping Your Teens Safe

When it comes to teens, you don’t have to worry about sharp edges and electrical outlets. However, there are still some safety concerns when it comes to parenting teens and tweens.

5 internet safety tips for teens and tweens.

Learn more about online safety by studying computer science online.

What parents should know about teens, drinking, and drugs.

Independent teens: 9 safety tips for going out alone.

You can’t follow your kids everywhere they go to protect them from danger. However, there is a lot you can do to raise safe and happy children. From instilling a sense of safety in toddlers to raising responsible teens and tweens, these resources are a must-have for kids of all ages. 

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