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Ways to Have Fun This Family Fun Month

The month of August is “Family Fun Month”. Before life becomes hectic with back to school purchase and school projects, take some time to enjoy your family. Plan great activities designed to bring all members of your family together and create memories for a lifetime. Here are 10 activities you can do with your family during Family Fun Month: Go to the movies Ride your bikes Go to the beach Go to the park Play a sport Go to a concert or professional sporting event Have a family game night Go to the pool Bake some cookies or a cake Have a family barbecue  Capture photos of your family fun this August and enter to win a special picnic basket prize from Florida Peninsula. Throughout August month, post pictures of how you and your family are celebrating Family Fun Month on social media and use the hashtag #FPIFamilyFunMonth to enter to win a picnic basket. Our winner will be announced on August 31st. Enjoy spending time with your ...

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Teaching Tots About Fire

When it comes to fire safety, younger children need to be taught differently, based on their ways of thinking. Unsurprisingly, many children are fascinated with fire, and providing a fire safety lesson a must. Here are a few points to include in your lesson: Teach kids never to play with matches, lighters or fireworks/sparklers: These things must always be supervised by an adult. It is important they know playing with these items can be dangerous and cause devastating loss to property and even people. Make them aware of fire alarms: By pushing the “test” button on your fire alarm, your children will be aware of what your home’s fire alarm sounds like, and how to respond to one when there’s really a fire. Teach them to get low and get out. A child who is coached properly ahead of time will have a better chance to be safe.    Create a family plan: Practice drills with your children and help them remember what to do as a family if there were to ever be a fire ...

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