The American Red Cross, in partnership with Disney, sponsors the “Pillowcase” preparedness education program for children in grades 3 – 5. The program is designed to teach students about personal and family preparedness, local hazards, and basic coping skills.
A task force was convened to investigate and study best practices and policies for ensuring safety in K-12 schools. The report is intended to be a guide for developing and implementing practices to ensure students are both safe and feel that they are safe.
This tool box provides a virtual library of resources developed by school emergency managers in the field. It contains tools to aid school personnel engaged in emergency management planning.
Ready.gov offers lessons for use by educators to teach children about preparedness.
Ready.gov has compiled this list of planning and training resources to aid colleges and universities in their efforts to prepare their campuses for emergencies.
Save the Children created this toolkit to help families and educators teach children about preparedness through activities and videos.