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What is a safe speed for a child on a slide?

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2011-09-13 14:28:28
2011-09-13 14:28:28
Safe Slide SpeedI would say go with a slide that is the proper size for your child to be able to control the speed of the slide. Any child under 8 should not use one of the slides that are bigger than five foot. Talk with your child's doctor for more advice. There are toddler slides for toddlers now, I think.
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