DISCLAIMER: This post is part of a sponsored campaign for Wipeout Dry Erase Gear. I received compensation for my participation, but my review and opinions are my own
If you ask a Mom what she feels her most important job is, I guarantee you, "keeping my kids safe" will be one of the top answers given. From the little things like: checking the temp of their bath water to the big things like: making sure they look both ways before crossing the street, it is our job to make sure they get from childhood to adulthood relatively unscathed and thanks to the folks at Wipeout dry-erase protective gear, our job just got a little easier.
It's no secret, protective gear only works if you wear it, so the folks at Wipeout came up with a way to ensure your kids will never want to take their helmet and pads off.
Ok, so that statement might be a gross exaggeration, made solely by me, but these products are a lot of fun and a great way for your child to show off their creative side, while staying safe.
The helmet is available in several colors including black, teal, neon pink, and zest (a neon yellow-green color) and is available in several different sizes, so be sure to check the website for sizing instructions, if ordering online.
The set also includes five dry erase markers for maximum creativity and for the creatively challenged, the package includes eight handy dandy stencils and you can also find tons of fun printable tutorials on the Wipeout site.
You can also get a set of Wipeout protective pads to match your helmet. The set includes elbow pads, wrist guards, knee pads and two dry erase markers and is available in the same four colors as the helmet so you can mix or match depending on your child's mood.
At less than thirty bucks for the helmet and twenty-five for the set of pads, this would make for a super affordable birthday or Christmas gift. Think of how many brownie points you would score when you show up with this gift. Not only are you generous, but super smart for thinking of the kid's brain health too. (wink wink)
According to the CPSC, bicycle accidents land children in the ER more than any other sport and nearly 63% of bicycle fatalities involving children were due to head injuries. The numbers don't lie, helmets CAN (and do) save lives. No matter what brand of helmet you choose, make sure that your children wear them, every time, all the time, not just some of the time.
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