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How to keep your children safe on holiday!

Your summer holidays should be the highlight of your year, but if you are a parent and you are taking your little ones abroad, there are many things to consider. You’ve got to make sure that you have packed all their clothes, don’t forget the sun lotion for their delicate skin and have their favourite toys with you to keep them entertained on your journey.

The most important thing however is to make sure that your children are safe when you stay in a place that you don’t know well. It’s easy for your child to run off in a busy mall or disappear in a hectic hotel. In most cases their little adventures end well, but what happens if you little one can’t communicate in the local language? There are a number of things that you can do to ensure that you and your family stay safe throughout your summer holidays. You could teach your little ones the name of the hotel you are staying in, you could make them remember the number of your hotel room or you could make them wear an ID bracelet. There are endless products on the market, many of them high-tech GPS tackers which would help find your child when it runs away, but often these devices are very complicated and not very intuitive to use.

Travel agent Netflights.com wants to help children and parents to reunite as quick as possible and is therefore giving away 500 free reusuable wristbands on their Facebook page. Parents can write their names and contact details on the band and also include information about medical conditions that their child might suffer from.

If you want to be in with the chance of getting one of the 500 wristbands for free, simply visit the Netflights Facebook page for more details.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, but you cannot think enough about how important it is to keep your children safe on holiday!

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  1. We are going to Morrocco soon with 9 year old and 5 year old, and are constantly going over the rules with them eg don’t go out of our sight etc. Going to look in to tracker apps etc. Think Madeline McAnns story stuck fear into a lot of parents :(

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