Kids Talk Series
Ko te tamaiti te pūtake o te ao | The child is at the heart of all that we do
Nau mai, haere mai. Welcome Kids Talk, the series that sees tamariki share their perspectives on all the things that are relevant to their world.
Kids Talk: Christmas Edition
Watch as these awesome tamariki share their views on Christmas and what it means to them. They answer the big questions, from what present they’d choose if they could only have one for the rest of their life (pizza, duh!) to why it’s important to be aware of safety around the home during the holidays.
Christmas safety tips for whānau
Firmly mount TVs to a wall or a piece of furniture, or place the older models onto low stable furniture that is able to hold the weight. You can secure the base with screws for extra stability.
Use brackets, braces or wall straps to secure unstable or top-heavy furniture to the wall. Dressers, bookcases, and mirrors are what we mean here. It’s also good to put stops on dresser drawers to prevent them from being fully pulled out.
Place items such as iPads, DVDs and remotes It’s best to place them out of reach where they can’t be seen such as in a locked cupboard.