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How to care your child while winter season transitions to summer

Here are some tips for taking care of kids as the winter season transitions to summer:

  1. Dress appropriately: As the weather gets warmer, make sure to dress your child in light, breathable clothing that will keep them cool and comfortable. Choose materials such as cotton or linen and avoid synthetic fabrics that can trap heat and cause sweating.
  2. Protect their skin: With the increase in sunshine, it’s important to protect your child’s skin from the harmful effects of UV rays. Use a sunscreen with at least SPF 30 and apply it 15 minutes before going outside. Reapply every two hours or more often if your child is sweating or swimming.
  3. Stay hydrated: In warmer weather, it’s important to keep your child hydrated. Encourage them to drink plenty of water and offer them fruits and vegetables with high water content such as watermelon, cucumber, and oranges.
  4. Be mindful of allergies: Spring and summer can bring seasonal allergies such as hay fever. Keep an eye on your child’s symptoms and talk to their doctor if you suspect they may have allergies.
  5. Take precautions against bugs: With warmer weather comes an increase in bugs such as mosquitoes and ticks. Use insect repellent on your child and dress them in long-sleeved shirts and pants when spending time outdoors.
  6. Adjust sleep schedules: The longer daylight hours in the summer may disrupt your child’s sleep schedule. Gradually adjust their bedtime to ensure they are getting enough sleep.
  7. Be prepared for outdoor activities: With the warmer weather, your child may want to spend more time outside. Make sure they have appropriate shoes for running and playing, and consider investing in protective gear such as helmets and knee pads for biking and other activities

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