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Safety Awareness Tip
Toy Safety
Children learn through play. Toys are often bitten, tugged, sucked, jumped on and thrown about. Children need a safe environment in which to play, and toys which are safe, durable and appropriate to their age and stage of development.

Read the recommended age specified on the package. Toys meant for older children often contain small parts that could be dangerous for a younger child.