I’ve heard horror stories about parking lots…I’m sure you have too. The parking lot can be a very dangerous place for young children. To keep your little ones save, it’s important to teach/train your children to always be on guard for moving vehicles and especially a safe location for them to stand.
I have two young children, who think they are “BIG.” They are not my babies any more…but they are still young, ages 4 and 6. Teaching them how to be safe in parking lots is one of my top priorities.
Thanks to the Parking Pal and the due diligence of my husband and myself, we have a fun way to encourage them to stay close to the car.
The Parking Pal is easy to attach to any vehicle. Just clean a spot on your vehicle and gently place the magnet on. The makers of Parking Pal recommend rotating the placement of magnet to prevent uneven paint fading.
The Parking Pal is a car magnet that will entertain kids while keeping them safe at the same time! Children are automatically drawn to the unique, colorful, fun designs of the Parking Pal. Helping to reduce the possibility of parking lot injury, the Parking Pal is a simple, affordable solution to keep kids safe and right next to your car.
Once the kids saw the Parking Pal, they couldn’t wait to give the car a “high five.”
As suggested, we had a few practice sessions in our driveway before testing it out in a crowded parking lot. Both Logan and Kira know to keep their hand on the Parking Pal until mom or dad says it’s okay to get in the car or hold our hand to walk into the store.
We now have two Parking Pals. One on each side of the car. I highly recommend Parking Pals to all of my family, friends, co-workers, and readers!
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The makers of Parking Pal also created two more amazing products: Penalty Pal and Emergency Phone List.
If you use time-outs at home, then this is a great product for you. The Penalty Pal is a removable and repositionable wall decal used for time-out spots. The Penalty Pal can be placed on most hard surfaces (a wall, fridge, floor, etc). The intention of this tool is not for the child to keep his/her hand on the sticker during the entire time-out, but more a location to sit.
Emergency Phone List is a removable and repositionable wall decal to write emergency phone numbers. Great for kids who stay home alone or babysitters.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.