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September 05, 2022

How to Keep the Kids Safe During Back-To-School Summer Heat

As kids return to school and playgrounds, there are a few things parents should teach their children to keep them healthy. We must teach youngsters the indications of overheating so that they will know when to rest.

Nausea, stomach or muscle cramps, over-thirst, dizziness, and fatigue are the most common sign of overheating, which means that kids should take a rest, drink plenty of water, and cool off.

Parents can also help to keep their children cool. Here are some suggestions to help your children remain cool in the heat.

  • Have Your Kids Bring Water Bottles

Have the kids bring to school an additional water bottle in their backpacks so they have a choice if there isn't a drinking fountain nearby.

  • Provide Them a Pocket Fan If Possible

Make sure your youngster has a pocket fan or a battery-powered fan if the school allows it. If your child cannot quickly escape the heat, he or she can at least have something to help cool them down.

  • Ensure Correct Clothing For the Weather

To deal with the heat, it may seem apparent to dress your child in shorts and a short-sleeved shirt, but a long-sleeved shirt made of light material can help avoid overheating better than exposing the skin to sunlight.

So, whether you’re looking for shorts, pants, or skirts to keep your little one cool in the summer heat, Lola + The Boys has you covered. And with our Back-to-School sale going on now, there’s no better time to stock up on stylish and protective clothing for your child. Check out our website now and take advantage of our great deals!