Is your organization planning events for Preparedness Month (September) and Fire Prevention Week? Below is a new resource from Save the Children you may be interested in.
Celebrate National Preparedness Month with “The Prep Step!” –a fun song and dance teaches kids the basics of emergency preparedness – and keeps them grooving and moving during break time, after school or at home.
Less than half of American families have an emergency plan, but children can be powerful change agents in leading the movement (literally and figuratively) towards preparedness.
Join 25,000+ children across the U.S. learning the importance of knowing ICE contacts, making a plan, and packing a go-bag. Supplement messages with free turnkey Prep Step lessons and send-home family resources as desired to meet the needs of your program. It’s really that easy. Learn more and register your dance party at: www.SavetheChildren.org/PrepStep
The United States Fire Administration recommends everyone should have a comprehensive fire protection plan that includes smoke alarms, residential sprinklers, and
practicing a home fire escape plan.
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