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Safety tips for Easter egg hunting

By steadfast
In April 17, 2019
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One of Easter’s best traditions: Egg hunting, can become dangerous if safety rules are not followed. These Easter safety tips will help you enjoy the season to the fullest.

#1For indoor egg hunts, do not hide eggs near outlets, hard to reach areas, near glass or other breakables or dangerous spots.

#2 Designate only certain rooms of the house for indoor egg hunts so children aren’t running around the house unsupervised.

#3 Set up a boundary for an outdoor Easter egg hunt so kids are not wandering off or into places that aren’t safe or supervised.

#4 Separate age groups so that the large kids are not running off for their eggs and knocking over smaller children.

#5 To prevent choking and exposure to choking hazards, children under the age of 5 should not be given small candy or toys with small pieces, so be mindful of any toys handed out to young children.

#6Remember that some kids have nut allergies that are very serious. Check with parents before offering any chocolate bunnies or other candies. Peanut-, dairy-, and gluten-free candy are readily available. For kids with nut allergies or an allergy to chocolate, provide alternatives like popcorn, cheese crackers, gummy bears, licorice, or marshmallows. Filling plastic Easter eggs with small, safe toys instead.

#7 If your four-legged friends are joining in on the fun, be sure to keep chocolate, Easter grass, and plastic off the ground and out of their reach. Remind children not to feed candy to dogs.

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