When we think of summer, certain images tend to pop into our minds: eating a popsicle on a hot day, going on a car ride with all the windows down, or maybe grilling out on the back porch. There is one thing we all definitely think about: how to beat the heat. As temperature gauges rise outside, people of all ages flock to pools, lakes, swimming holes, and the like to cool off. But being in and around a body of water has its risks, especially for children. While nothing replaces constant adult supervision of children in and around water or the buddy system for adults, there are things you can do to decrease drowning risk. Read on for our top water safety tips for summer.