#childsafety | 11 Distance-Learning Essentials for Kids Going Back to School Remotely

Fall will be one of the first times my eldest daughter uses headphones regularly, so I wanted to make sure she had something on deck that had good sound but wouldn’t cause any possible hearing damage. I found that these Bluetooth headphones are good for kids and teens since the volume doesn’t exceed 85dB (anything over 85dB can potentially cause hearing damage), but they can still block out any ambient noise that might be in the house. The best part? They have a long battery life (18 hours!), so I don’t have to worry if I forget to charge them one night. $258, Walmart. Get it now!

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