Heading to the beach for the Labor Day weekend? If you’re traveling with kids to a body of water that’s too rough for them because of large waves or rip currents, then check out this clever trick to make them (somewhat) happy by creating a safe kiddie pool for them. Bring a clear shower curtain liner to make a safe kiddie pool. You’ll also need to bring a kids bucket and mini shovels. Then dig a hole, line it with the curtain, bury the edges, and fill it up with ocean or lake water.
And remember: Never take your eyes off your children when they are in or near water. For more information, check out these water safety tips from the Red Cross.
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