Being concerned about the health of your children is totally natural. One may step over the line when you start to limit their freedom and stop them from having fun. Love isn’t about possession, as if you own this person. Love is about appreciation, as in not stopping someone from being who they are and instead, being supportive of their life. Children want to have fun and anyone who stops them from doing so, can often be seen as the big bad wolf; the enemy. Well, children are actually learning about safety all the time in school, by way of science. The horrific dangers of everyday life that science exposes will make your skin crawl. We take for granted a drama-free life. When children are still growing they need to be taught how to be responsible while having fun and not let the situation take control of their judgment. Make safety fun with science and they will enjoy themselves more.

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Stopping those harmful rays
Something about the hot searing sun that fills people with energy. Children want to play outside in the bright green playground and want to interact with the wildlife. The classic image of the beautiful butterfly hovering outside the window while the kids are stuck in the class is still very prominent in the media. If the kids do want to play outside, they must know that the sun isn’t entirely their friend. Fitness by the Sea teaches sun safety for kids and how to properly apply protective creams and sprays. The harmful rays of sunshine can lead quickly to sunburn and any movement is painful to endure. The skin becomes rigid and incredibly sensitive, and since children are weaker, they will feel the sunburn more harshly. Luckily there’s a step by step guide, that includes some cool scientific facts and advice that you can go through with your kids to help them learn sun safety.


 The bee sting
A part of growing up is sometimes experiencing some bad things that aren’t usual. Bees are part and parcel of the summer, as they go about their business collecting pollen to take back to their hives. However, a bee sting is quite a bad experience for children. Bees are often characters in children’s books and shows, so when they try to play with one in real life, things can turn ugly. Teach your children to leave bees alone and don’t disturb them no matter how friendly they may seem. The sharp barb they have can cause a nasty shock and the poison they secrete can make the area swell up rapidly. It's crucial to teach your children what to do after a bee sting if they are allergic. Rapid action can save their or the life of someone they know. 

Safety to children is strange. They’re getting introduced to things that could hurt them so taking things seriously is a new concept to them. Bee stings are common but not many people know how to react to them. Sun safety is always going to seem boring at first, but inject a little interesting science and kids start to pay attention.