字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hi, I'm Jamie Kondis and I'm here to talk to you today about summer safety tips summer is such a fun time for kids and parents to be outdoors but there are a few things that you want to think about just to be cautious and make sure that kids don't end up in the emergency department with any injuries or illnesses. First of all, kids are gonna love to play outside but if you've got little kids they're gonna want to try to put things in their mouths so make sure that you know what's in your yard if you don't know what the plants are you might want to call your local poison control center and just make sure you don't have anything poisonous. Another series of tips involves grilling and doing things outside. You need to teach kids early on that that grill is just like the stove or oven inside they don't ever want to touch it even when it's been turned off it can still stay hot for a while so just keep the kids away from those grills. Another thing you need to think about is lawn mowers. So, if you have kids keep them away from those lawn mowers the push mowers and the riding mowers can both cause a lot of injuries in kids that we unfortunately see in the summer. If you have a kid who wants to mow the lawn themselves our recommendation is they need to be at least 12 years old before they use the push mower that they walk behind and they need to be at least 16 years old like driving a car before they use the riding lawnmower and you should never have kids on the lawnmower with you that's just not safe. Finally, if your kids are gonna be playing outside make sure that they're wearing sunscreen and bug spray. We actually don't recommend the combination sunscreen bug spray things because you have to reapply sunscreen to kids every two hours but you're not supposed to reapply bug spray that often, so do it separately make sure you've got sunscreen on every part of their exposed skin and that it's a high SPF, higher than 35, 55 is a really good one and make sure that you put on the bug spray just one time before they go outside that should be plenty we don't recommend sunscreen for kids less than six months so those kids if they're going to be outside just need to be totally covered up but we really want them to avoid direct sunlight. So have fun outside in the sun but stay safe.