There are thousands of indoor playgrounds throughout the country, like the event venue in Florida. Families prefer them as venues for play dates and other fun events. For our kids, indoor playgrounds feel like kiddie heaven.
However, are these areas safe? Dangers are minimized when our children play indoors, as guidelines for installation and maintenance are strictly set by the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
But there are still things we need to remember to prevent any injury to our kids, such as the following:
- Scan the Area
Check the play area of the indoor playground and party place to see any possible dangers and report to the operator all safety concerns.
- Make Sure the Playground Is Sanitized
Germs could be transmitted via play equipment which is shared. It’s essential that indoor playgrounds or indoor attractions be sanitized every day, especially in areas frequently used.
- Ensure To Segregate Older and Larger Children from Toddlers and Infants
It is our responsibility as parents that older and bigger kids don’t play “energetically” in the area where toddlers and infants are playing. Let’s make sure that the place is big enough for all the kids to move and play at the same time.
- Dress Children for Safe Play
When dressing our kids for indoor play, choose those that fit well and those that don’t have loose drawstrings or tie shoe laces. Before letting the kids play, take away jewelry, such as necklaces and other things that may drop from their pockets.