“Parents fear the day when children outgrow their Lego blocks to build and create. That’s because what often follows is their offspring’s pleas for tool and electronic kits.
Nothing instills dread into a caregiver like the thought of poked eyes, smashed fingers and potential electrocution resulting from DIY projects. Of course, most parents cautiously weigh the pleasure and satisfaction that accompanies their child’s producing a mechanical, electrical, architectural or usable piece of work against the risk that comes along with crafting it.
The good news is that tool and electronics kits can be very safe resources. Here are five safety tips for parents to consider before and after buying a kit.”