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While getting kids outside when the weather is nice is an important aspect of being a good babysitter, finding games that are safe to play outdoors can be a challenge.

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Pools, lakes, ponds, and beaches mean summer fun and cool relief from hot weather. But water also can be dangerous for kids if parents don't take the proper precautions. Nearly 1,000 kids die each year by drowning. And most drownings happen in home swimming pools. It is the second leading cause of accidental death for people between the ages of 5 and 24.


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Hot water also can be dangerous, particularly for kids younger than 5, who have thinner skin than older kids and adults, so can burn more easily. Just 3 seconds of exposure to hot tap water that's 140°F (60°C) can give a child a third-degree burn.

Hot tubs may feel great to adults, but kids can become dangerously overheated in them and can even drown — so it's best not to let them use them at all. Having a fence (one that goes directly around the pool or spa) between the water and your house is the best safety investment you can make and will help prevent pool-related drownings.

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Babysitting can be a fun, rewarding job, but sitters need to know about lots of children’s games to be prepared for anything. Weather can be unpredictable, so sitters should keep both indoor and outdoor games in mind. Be prepared to deal with children who have trouble acting appropriately when losing or winning, and know when to let a child win an occasional game.