This section includes tips for families, students, and schools to stay safe, such as: disaster preparedness, prevention of childhood injury, internet safety, school safety, abduction/exploitation, bullying, peer pressure, and bike safety.
Building Blocks: Be Prepared with Emergency Supplies
A lesson plan for a disaster preparedness activity.
Building Blocks: Teaching Child Safety
A lesson plan to help children distinguish between safe and unsafe behaviors.
Children’s Safety Network
A national resource center for the prevention of childhood injuries and violence that provides expertise on a wide range of injury topics as well as state specific injury profiles.
Danger Rangers Coloring Book
A safety-related coloring book for children. In English and Spanish.
DLTK's Crafts for Kids: Safety Ideas
This website has activity pages, coloring, crafts and more for safety-kids to learn more about staying safe every day of the year!
FBI: Kids Safety
An interactive FBI hosted website promoting safety tips for kids ranging from internet safety to being safe in public.
Health, Mental Health, and Safety Guidelines for Schools
Recommendations for school safety and health policies and practices.
Home and School Safety Education for Kids
A brief guide on being safe at home and at school followed by an extensive list of resources.
Keep Schools Safe
Keep Schools Safe is a resource on violence in schools for teachers, administrators, parents and students. Information is organized by categories including topics such as bullying, disasters, drinking, peer pressure, social skills, vandalism, and many more topic areas.
Kids Health First Aid and Safety
A variety of guides on indoor and outdoor safety.
National Center for Safe Routes to School
Encourages parents and teachers across the country to find safe routes for their children to walk and bike to school. Register for “Walk to School 2009”, which takes place in October and begin planning your event.
National Organizations for Youth Safety
NOYS is a coalition of national organizations and federal agencies dedicated to improving youth safety and health.
Personal Safety for Children- A Guide for Parents
Designed to help parents talk to children about how to protect themselves against abduction and exploitation.
Information on keeping youth safe online.
SafeKids: Online Safety Quiz
The Online Safety Quiz is your chance to show that you know how to be a safe Internet surfer.
Safe Kids USA
A global network of organizations whose mission is to prevent accidental childhood injury (a leading killer of children 14 and under). Safety information organized by topic as well as information on campaigns and initiatives.
The online source for current and past scholarly research about all aspects of injury prevention.
US Fire Administration for Kids
Lesson plans for educators and families including escape planning, home fire safety, and smoke alarms. Includes crossword puzzles, coloring pages, word searches, and other games for youth to become more familiar with fire safety.
USOutdoor.com: Winter Sport Safety Guide
Guidelines for safely participating in winter sports, additional resources are given.
VoiceNation Live: A Call to Stop Bullying
Read on through this article to learn how to spot the signs of bullying and how to protect yourself or friends from it.