In kids aged 6 months to 6 years, convulsions or seizures (sometimes called fits) may happen because their young brain cannot cope up with heightened temperature. Called febrile seizures, these fits are NOT epilepsy. Short convulsions do not damage the brain. In fact, reports say even long fits almost never cause harm. What are the signs and symptoms of seizures, and what convulsions first aid steps should parents perform if their child experiences fits?