What you need to know
Be extra careful in the kitchen - especially when cooking, using the oven or taking hot things out of the microwave.
Spilt hot drinks are the biggest reason for burns so take care where you leave your hot chocolate (ooh extra marshmallows please!) - not on the table edge but at the back. Remember, hot food burns too so carry it carefully.
And of course the sun, it's that yellow thing in the sky that comes out when it can be bothered.
Remember it now?!?
You need to stop it burning your skin otherwise you will look like a wrinkled raisin when you're older. So that's sun cream (at least factor 30), hat, sun glasses, T-shirt and cool drinks. Oh yes, remember to put more cream on throughout the day and try to stay out of the sun when it is at its hottest, that's between 11am and 3pm!
Take care near the iron, it takes a long time to cool down. Think of hair straighteners as being
an iron for your hair! Treat them the same, in fact they get even hotter than an iron.
And remember, make sure that your bath water's not too hot!