Outdoor Safety Tips

Stranger Safety

A stranger is someone you don’t know. Not all strangers are bad, but since you don’t know them it’s hard to know for sure. The safest thing you can do is avoid talking to strangers unless a parent or adult you can trust is around. Read more…

Playground Safety

What’s your favorite thing to do at the playground? Is it going down the slide? Or crossing the monkey bars? Or maybe playing on the swings? No matter what you like to do, playgrounds are a great place to have fun with your friends and let your imagination go wild—but while you’re out having fun, it’s important to be safe, too. Read more…

Swimming Safety

Swimming can be a ton of fun—it’s a great way to exercise, play with your friends, and stay cool when it’s hot outside. But whether you’re swimming in a pool or a natural body of water, there are a few easy things you can do to stay safe and keep having fun. Read more…

Fireworks Safety

Fireworks are often used to celebrate big events like New Years Eve and the Fourth of July. You may have attended a public fireworks display with your family or seen them on TV. And while fireworks are a great way to light up the night sky and celebrate, they can be very dangerous and should be handled with care by adults to avoid serious injury. Read more…

Fishing Safety

Fishing is one of the great American pastimes. It’s relaxing, fun, and a great way for families to bond and spend time together. While you’re waiting to reel in the big one, there are some safety tips to remember to get the most out of your fishing trip. Read more…

Cold Weather Safety

There are so many fun things to do during the winter months—sledding, building snowmen and snow forts, ice-skating, and so much more. But there are also some smart choices you can make to stay safe while you’re out having fun in the snow. Read more…