Absolutely not unless it is listed for such an application. This laser is very powerful and you should pause and contemplate the power of a Class 4 laser. Serious risk of permanent eye injury. Laser safety is not to be taken lightly, especially with kids around.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laser_safety: Class 4 is the highest and most dangerous class of laser. By definition, a class 4 laser can burn the skin, or cause devastating and permanent eye damage as a result of direct, diffuse or indirect beam viewing.
Laser viewing acrylic costs around $400 a sheet, here’s one for example: https://lasersafetyindustries.com/laser-viewing-window-410-190-532-nm-10-600-nm
If the laser is operated in a family room the machine will need to be shrouded from view or everyone will need well fitted laser goggles on 100% of the time it’s in operation so that no laser light can bypass around the sides or bottom of the glasses.