Kids get more out of a trip to the playground than a few hours of fun. Research shows that getting outside and playing can be greatly beneficial for kids, helping to stimulate their growth in lots of ways. Being safe on the playground is the best way to ensure that your child has a good time and receives the most benefit from his or her time outside, so it’s essential for parents to remember the basics of playground safety.
For example, parents should always inspect playground equipment before their children use it to make sure it’s safe. They also should encourage their children to take turns, avoid rough play and be careful when walking in front of or behind equipment. Below are some more basic playground safety tips you and your children should keep in mind the next time you go to the playground. Playgrounds are a great place for kids to play and grow, so make sure they have a safe and enjoyable day there.
Playground Safety Checklist created by Personal Injury Law Firm, Kenneth J. Allen Law Group