The award-winning Masters of Disaster® disaster preparedness curriculum teaches children how to prevent, prepare for and respond to disasters and other emergencies. We are pleased to announce its availability now in customized formats for both families and educators.
The Masters of Disaster® series is an educational tool that will teach youth the importance of preparedness while reducing fear of the unexpected. The goal is to empower youth with the confidence and knowledge to prepare for disasters and help create a culture of preparedness. The lessons are non-threatening, age appropriate and adhere to national education standards. Below are some lessons and activities from Masters of Disaster.
Code Red Rover Visit this cool site to learn about home safety and health. Meet Rover, the home safety hound and get ready to become a safety ranger.
HealthFinder for Kids - (Department of Health and Human Services) A great website which provides valuable information relating to nutrition, safety and environmental health. Games & Activities for all age levels.
FEMA for Kids (Federal Emergency Management Agency) Meet Herman, the spokescrab at this fun site. Read his story about his hunt for a disaster-proof shell. Learn how to prepare for and prevent disasters by taking action now! Play games, take quizzes, read stories and more.
Kidd Safety (Consumer Product Safety Commission) Meet Kidd Safety and all of his pals. Explore and play all of the challenging safety games.
McGruff.Org This website provides puzzles, tips and stories to help children to learn important safety lessons.
NetSmartz Kids Learn how to be safe and have fun while surfing the World Wide Web. Lots of games, too!
News You Can Use The news can be full of stories about bad things likes storms, threats, bombings and ware. This doesn't mean these things are happening all the time. This website will provide the tools to help understand these events.
Play It Safe (US Dept. of Transportation) A great traffic safety website.
Ready Kids Disaster Preparedness - Disasters are often in the news and can be scary. Try not to get too scared by being better prepared! Read what you can do to be ready in case a disaster comes your way.
Smokey the Bear - Smokey Kids Join Smokey for some forest and campfire fun. And, along the way, discover Smokey's rules for forest fire safety and prevention so that you can become a member of Smokey's team!
Sparky the Fire Dog Sparky is here to teach you and your family how to stop fires from happening. Learn about the different parts of a fire truck, print a Home Safety Checklist and play fun arcade games.
ToxMystery - Join "Toxie the Cat" and search his house for the possible dangers of chemical substances in a home.
USFA Kids Page - (U.S. Fire Administration for Kids) This website is full of fire safety tips. Learn more about home fire safety, smoke alarms and how to escape from a fire. Play fun games - crossroad puzzles - word search and coloring pages. Learn how to become a Jr. Fire Marshall.
Weather Room This website provides general information for kids, parents and teachers. Elementary school coloring books are available for parents and teachers to print and use for weather education in the classroom or at home.
Your Safety - BAM! All kinds of information on safety including: having the right gear, being water smart, wearing sun proof, and more.