Kids can Play with Sparklers if you Follow these Safety Tips for the Fourth of July.
When is Independence Day in America?Independence Day is always celebrated on July 4th, thus the more common name, "The Fourth of July"!
|Never point a sparkler at anyone, even if you think it is a dud.|
|Always hold your sparkler at arm's length and off to your side.|
|Party poppers, Snappers, and Snakes are good fireworks for children |
(if there is such a thing). Beware the Party Popper pointed at your face.
Did you know there is gunpowder in there?
Shoot your popper straight in the air high above your head.
|Don't pretend a sparkler is a magic wand (get a stick for that) and never hold your sparkler over your head. Do you want flaming hair? Yeah, no way! Holding your sparkler to your side is the safest, but if you hold it straight in front of you, always extend it at arm's length.|
Firework Safety Tips for Kids
People all over the world love to celebrate special occasions with fireworks. Americans have been celebrating the Fourth of July with fireworks since our country was set in motion. It is important to know and obey your city and state firework laws.
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