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Ready Kids! Activity Book

This fun activity book from FEMA helps kids to learn about emergency preparedness.

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CDC's Ready Wrigley Books

These electronic books from the CDC can be printed or viewed on the computer to provide educational activities and information about emergency and disaster preparedness.

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NFPA: How to Make a Home Fire Escape Plan

This handout provides tips on how to plan your fire escape route, including a grid to draw a map of your plan.

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Ready.gov/kids

This fun and educational website provides emergency preparedness information that parents, teachers, and children can use to help ensure everyone is prepared for an emergency.

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Home Fires

Every single person in the US, no matter where they live, or what kind of home they live in, are at risk of a home fire.  This informative handout provides important facts and tips about home fires.

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Home Fires - Spanish

Fire can spread quickly in your home, giving you only two minutes to escape safely once the alarm sounds. This Spanish language handout provides helpful information and facts about home fires.

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Family Emergency Plan

Emergencies can happen at any time. Do you know how to get in touch with your family if you are not together? This fillable PDF can store important emergency contact information.

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Sesame Street: Preparemonos! - SPANISH

Preparing for emergencies is something the whole family and community can do together! Help children remember important information, and create a family emergency kit and plan. This Spanish version site provides many helpful tools for talking with children about emergency preparedness.

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Sesame Street: Let's Get Ready

Preparing for emergencies is something the whole family and community can do together! Help children remember important information, and create a family emergency kit and plan. This page provides many children-friendly resources for emergency preparedness.

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APHA: Get Ready Tips for Kids

This tool outlines how kids can get prepared for flu season and help prevent catching the flu.

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Get A Plan - High School Preparedness Kit

APHA's Get Ready: Get Set Emergency Preparedness Project Kit is designed to help get your community more prepared for an emergency. No matter where you live --- in a city, suburb or a small town --- we all need to take steps to be better prepared.

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Ready.gov: Youth Preparedness Council

The FEMA Youth Preparedness Council was formed in 2012 to bring together youth leaders from across the country who are highly interested and engaged in advocating youth preparedness and making a difference in their communities.

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