Kid's Corner - Preparedness and Safety Information
The resources available on this page provides
children, parents and teachers with educational information, games and videos
for kids to develop awareness and skills with all aspects of emergency
preparedness and safety.
When to call, How to Call, What to say when
someone answers your 911 call.
Here are some games and activities that will
encourage kids to learn about a variety of child safety topics.
Kids can learn about the Air Quality Index (AQI) and what the
air quality means to your health. Learn what to do to when pollution levels are
BAM! Body and Mind will tell you everything you
need to know about all of the stuff that matters.
Ben's guide provides fun learning tools for K-12 students,
parents, and teachers. These resources will teach how our government works, the
use of the primary source materials of GPO Access, and how one can use GPO
Access to carry out their civic responsibilities.
Learn what causes a blizzard and the dangerous
conditions the can create.
Child Survival program is presented to students, cubs scouts, boy scouts, girl
scouts, guides, parents and interest groups across North America.
CODiE helps educate kids about building safety with exercises
and fun activities.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has created this activity book to
offer parents and educators an interactive way to talk to kids about how to
cope after a disaster.
National Security Agency's Cryptokids program
has games and activities section features math and logic, instructions for
using household stuff to make cipher machines, cipher challenges, and coloring
Help the Heroes! Will you know what to do if a
disaster hits? Make the right decisions, earn points to unlock new levels and
become a Master.
The American Red Cross offers tips on how to reduce and manage your child’s fears before, during and after a disaster
Become a disease detective, learn how scientists track 'em and how you can stop 'em.
Disasters can leave children feeling frightened, confused, and
guidance on recognizing the signs of and minimizing the impact of
A resource for kids, parents, and teachers to find fun and
educational materials related to health, science, and the environment we live
A fun way for kids to learn safe food-handling habits.
Tips to help make the festivities fun and safe for trick-or-treaters and party guests.
The U.S. Fire Administration reviews and collects
resources for you to use in your public outreach activities to keep children
safe from fire. Explore these materials to learn more about discussing fire
safety with parents, teachers and other caregivers.
Disney and the American Red Cross have teamed up to help you prepare for disasters. Have fun, and remember, when you're prepared, you can face anything.
NCPC has partnered
with the National Shooting Sports Foundation® to teach youth the importance of
gun safety. Scruff and his loveable nephew Scruff teaches his friends what to
do if they find a gun or see someone bring a gun to school.
information and resources to keep your loved ones safe on the road, in and
At a very young age, children develop the habits
and behaviors that will influence their life-long health. This resource helps you guide your kids in making choices that will lead to healthier lives.
View links to health, fitness, safety, and other
topics by grade level.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention helps kids to learn about disabilities and health.
Meet the healthy heroes, everyday kids with the
power to stay safe and healthy. Through these fun coloring pages, stickers, and
puzzles, you can learn how to stay safe and healthy, too!
Learn how to protect yourself and your pets from
a serious disease called rabies.
Summer is a great time for kids to enjoy
different indoor and outdoor activities. Learn ways to keep your kids safe and
healthy while they enjoy the summer.
how to be prepared for any disaster, emergency or unexpected situations.
Sparky the Fire Dog®, along with a cast of
canine characters that include Sparky's eccentric Aunt Dotty, the happy and
laid back Dude, and Safety Scout Steve, a Junior Safety Dog in training,
teaches kids kitchen-safety messages in this fun song from NFPA®'s new
"Sparky the Fire Dog®'s
more about the important role children can play in disaster preparedness and the
potential to help their communities be safer, stronger and more resilient
before, during and after a disaster.