By using a few parenting tips and making changes in the home, your child can be free to have fun and explore safely.
A few simple tips can keep your child safe in their crib, highchair, kitchen booster seats or stroller.
For more information on different child products from baby slings to temporary tattoos to toys, visit Health Canada.
Keeping Children Safe at Home
This booklet has the answers to many home safety questions and some great parenting tips.
How to make a kitchen safe. Where to put baby gates. How to teach children not to touch things that are not safe.
Sometimes things that children use and play with are not safe. If you are worried about unsafe things or a warning or recall about a child product, toy, or food, visit the Public Health Agency of Canada.
EB Monkey's home is not safe. Play this online game with your child to make the home safer and talk about safety. You can colour on-line or print some pictures to colour at home.
Be Aware. Be There. Know what your child is doing. Stay close so that you can help.