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Fireworks are quite the spectacle and draw large crowds to enjoy the show. But not everyone may feel comfortable. For kids, it can be sensory overload and the loud noises can confuse. To help children understand fireworks and take the fear out of the activity, Jennifer Schott, MD, Pediatrician at NorthShore, shares seven tips you can use to help kids cope with the stress:
Being open, honest and flexible with your children will only help them prepare and adjust to the new experience.