McGruff the Crime Dog is back! The National Crime Prevention Council's website for children that introduces them to McGruff and delivers interactive games and puzzles and videos about bullying as well as identifying dangers in your home, school and community.
Join Toxie the Cat and search his house for the possible dangers of chemical substances in a home.
There may be a time whe YOU need to dial 9-1-1. 9-1-1 for Kids
is the foundation for all disaster and emergency preparedness and response training.
Visit Herman, the spokescrab for the FEMA for Kids web site. The site teaches you how to be prepared for disasters and how you can prevent disaster damage. You can also learn what causes disasters, play games, read stories and become a Disaster Action Kid.
Preparing for emergencies is a great way to get ready and keep your family safe! Let's Get Ready with Rosita and friends at Sesame Street.
At the USFA Kids site of the U.S. Fire Administration you can become a Junior
Fire Marshall, play games, visit Hydro's Hazard House and learn how to prevent fires.
Parents and Teachers, check USFA pages just for you here.
Stop in to see Sparky, the official mascot of the National Fire Protection Administration (NFPA),
and have fun learning about fire safety.
Learn how to make and predict weather, plus enjoy games, stories and activities at
Web Weather for Kids! There are also Teacher
resources found on this page.
You’re at the right place! BAM! Body and Mind has everything you need to know about all the
stuff that matters, like Your Safety!
Welcome to Smokey the Bear's Outpost! Explore Smokey's cabin to find all sorts of fun and
interesting things about Wildfire Prevention.