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If you're planning a family-friendly party where there will be tons of kids, safety should come first to ensure no one gets hurt. Nothing ruins a party more quickly than an injury.
No matter where you are this Independence Day, community fireworks displays will draw in people from all over the country. So pack up the kids and the car, and head out to see the fireworks.
You can still attend a local display, but setting off your own fireworks at home could be dangerous. Entertain kiddos with these fun, safe alternatives.
Before heading out to fireworks displays this Fourth of July equip the kids up with earplugs. Not only will this prevent permanent hearing loss, but it could also reduce the fear and anxiety some children experience when they hear loud sounds.
Involving the kiddos in Independence Day food preparation will not only give them something constructive to do, but it's an opportunity for family bonding.
Sunday, June 20, kids step up to let Dad know how much they care and appreciate everything his does for the family. Sometimes kids need a reminder and even a little help when it comes to finding gifts Dad will love and planning fun activities the whole clan will enjoy.