Read on to learn important toy safety tips every parent needs to know. December is right around the corner and these are important toy safety tips for this holiday season. After all, we want to make sure to keep our kids safe from toy hazards as they enjoy their new toys.
Did you know? According to the Product Safety Commission, about 250 toy injuries a day occur during the holiday season.
Happy holidays and remember to keep these toy safety tips in mind as you gear up for the holiday season!
This is a guest post from Monica Encarnacion of NYCTechMommy.
Monica Encarnacion is an educator, writer, and busy NYC mom. When she’s not busy running around doing all the things, you’ll find her sharing tidbits about her own life over at NYCTechMommy.com. Her blog’s mission is to inspire families to live simple, live fun, and live life with tech. Monica is really just a big kid at heart who loves playing with her two kids and discovering fun new toys together, including STEAM toys and maker kits. She recently shared some of her favorite maker kits for kids at any age. Connect with Monica on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook so that you too can discover some the hottest toys this holiday season.
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