Guide to Toy Safety [Infographic]

Shopping the toy catalog is a hallmark of childhood. But as the parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and other caring adults buying toys this holiday season, you want them to love the gift, but also play safe. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, almost 262,000 toy-related injuries were treated in emergency rooms in 2011, and more than a third of those cases involved children ages 4 and under. Rasmussen College’s School of Early Childhood Education has compiled a list—and checked it twice—of five tips to keep your little ones playing safe:

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Molly Andersen is the Media Relations Manager at Collegis Education. She is responsible for writing articles aimed at educating, engaging and inspiring current, past and future students at Rasmussen College. She is also responsible for developing media strategy and growing media relations at the College through content development. Connect with Molly through social media.

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