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Sticky Situations: Four Driving Experiences That Should Be Part Of Your Teenager’s Driving Lessons

Posted by on Nov 17, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Driving lessons are something that every teenager (and parent) must endure before finally being rewarded with the greatest ticket to freedom. Yes, that means the driver’s license. Each state has different requirements for when driving lessons may begin and what should be taught. But, no matter what state you live in, there are some driving situations that all teenagers should experience before getting their license. 4 Important Driving Situations to Experience During Lessons Inclement Weather: Regardless of where you live, at some time your teen will drive in inclement weather. This may mean rainstorms, snow, strong winds, fog, or ice. Every teenager needs to tackle these hazardous driving conditions with an experienced adult the first time. Knowing about braking safely, driving defensively, and how to use the car’s controls properly are important before they tackle the same situation alone....

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Do You Provide Child Care? 6 Ways to Help Reduce the Spread of Germs

Posted by on Nov 13, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you run a daycare, you know how important it is to keep germs under control, especially during cold and flu season. It’s impossible to remove all the germs from a play area but it is possible to reduce the spread of those sickness causing germs. Take a look at a few ways you can help prevent the spread of sickness in your daycare facility. Open Windows at Least Once a Day Closed spaces provide the perfect environment for germs to thrive. Try to open your windows at least once a day. This will allow fresh air to circulate through the facility, and will help get rid of the germs. Provide Separate Cubicles for Personal Items When children place all of their personal items together in one central location, germs can transfer from one surface to another. Provide each...

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