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Safety should be your parents and your number-one priority. Our web-links below take you to different online-places on how to keep safe at all times, both online using your computer, and also at home!
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Safety for Kids NetSites
California - Department of Transportation Kids Page - The California Department of Transportation, has put together some fun games and great kids information. Play games like Find the Potholes, Travel Bingo, Trivia Quiz and more.
Bobber Home Page - Bobber is an animated robotic cartoon character that travels around the country to talk to children about water safety. Check out his water safety quiz!
Drug Enforcement Administration - Explains about the types of drugs and the effects they can have on your body. The is site also provides quizzes and activities.
FBI Kids Page - Internet Safety - This site has some very important things that you need to keep in mind when you're on your computer at home or at school.
FDA Kids' Page - Learn about animal care, food safety, vaccines and much more about U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
FEMA for Kids - This site teaches you how to be prepared for disasters and how you can prevent disasters by taking action now! You can also learn what causes disasters, play games, read stories and more.
Food Safety - Gateway to food safety information.
For Kids Only - The National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information advises - - be smart dont start! Learn the facts on just saying no to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
Healthfinder - Fun way to learn about health and safety issues.
Indian Health Service Kids Page - Go to Indian Country with canine celebs McGruff and Scruff at the Indian Health Service's kid's page. This site features word-finds, a comic book, and a Native American newsletter for kids, but the best feature is the use of old Native American stories to teach kids skills about avoiding alcohol, drugs, gangs and abuse.
Kidd Safety - The Consumer Product Safety Commission introduce Kidd Safety and all of his pals. Explore and play all of the challenging kids safety games.
Kids Next Door - The Department of Housing and Urban Developments lets you know how you can make a difference in your community by volunteering or lending a helping hand to Habitat for Humanity.
Kids Page - Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives - The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is a law enforcement agency within the U.S. Department of Justice. Its responsibilities include protecting the public and reducing violent crime. ATF enforces Federal Laws and regulations relating to alcohol and tobacco diversion, firearms, explosives and arson.
Kidz Privacy - The FTC wants you to know some important things about surfing, privacy and your personal information on the internet.
Learn About Chemicals Around Your House - Check our this site for a house tour and learn more about the chemicals around your home.
NOAA Education - Primarily For Students Page - This site is designed especially for students to provide a way of learning about the earth in a fun and informative way. These sites can be found on the pages for Weather, Climate Change and Our Planet, Oceans and Coasts, and Satellites and Space.
NOAA Weather for Kids - Natural hazards such as earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanoes effect both coastal and inland areas. You can select your quiz subject from thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, winter storms and others. Learn more about weather safety and setting up a family disaster plan.
OSHA's Safety and Health Page - Information about dangerous chemicals used in the workplace.
The Mine Safety and Health Administration - Look here for information about the dangers of playing near or in mines.
Traffic Safety Kids Page - This is a great website that has tips and safety instructions when you ride your bike, go in-line skating, and walking to school. There are also many activities including coloring pages and puzzles.
USAF Services YouthLink - This document is a news letter for kids and parents.
USFA Kids Page - The U.S. Fire Administrations kids page is full of tips that can help you and your family be safe from fire. Test your knowledge identify fire hazards and escape planning knowledge.
CodeRedRover.org - CodeRedRover.org was created by Home Safety Council, a nonprofit organization of Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse. Their basic wish for families is safety and health. However, each year, thousands of Americans are injured at home. This web site reinforces the home safety messages that many of you already know, as well as teach you new ones.
For Kids Only - Be Smart Don't Start - Provides information on how to start anti-drug campaigns at your school, how to help a friend or loved one with a drug problem, and tips on how to just say no.
McGruff Safe Kids - This site provides puzzles, tips, and stories to help children to learn important safety lessons.
Operation Lifesaver for Kids - Operation Lifesaver is a national, non-profit education and awareness program dedicated to ending tragic collisions, fatalities and injuries at highway-rail grade crossings and railroad rights of ways. This site includes activity pages, an art gallery, and you can take a trip to Safetyville.
Safe Boating Council - Here you will pick up tips on boating education and safety awareness for your kids & family.
Staying Safe in the Car and on the Bus - Most kids spend some time in a car or a school bus every day. But riding in cars or school buses comes with some responsibility: You need to ride safely. Keep reading to learn the rules of car and bus safety.
Steering Your Way To Bicycle Safety - Before you pull your bike out of the garage, read a little about bicycle safety - why it's so important and what you can do to ride safely.
Teens, Crime, and the Community - Here's a cool site that gives great tips on staying safe.
Floodplains - Learn about floodplains, what happens during a flood and what you can do to prepare for such an event.
The Police Notebook - Kid Safety - This site has tips for kids and how to stay safe in different situations.
Boating Sidekicks - Quiz yourself on the different types of floatation devices and boats, find out how long you can hold your breath, learn that different parts of a boat and what boating signals mean.
Disney's Surf Swell Island - You and your child can follow Mickey and friends around the island to learn about kids privacy, online manners, viruses, and more.
Safe Surfing with Your Family - "Safe surfing" is a family affair. As a parent, it's all about being informed, Internet savvy, and open to the possibilities of the online world for you and your children.
Smog City - Smog City is an interactive air pollution simulator that shows how your choices, environmental factors, and land use contribute to air pollution. In Smog City you're in control so your visit can be a healthy or unhealthy experience depending on the decisions you make.
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 fire prevention so you can be a member of Smokey's team!