Do you need to teach kids earthquake safety?
I have some freebies for you that will help you out. They include lessons, activities, printables, and more.
Between these three types of resources, you should have plenty of materials for teaching kids how to stay safe in the event of an earthquake.
Earthquake Safety Freebies
Weather Wiz Kids: Kids can learn about what to do during an earthquake from the Weather Wiz Kids.
Earthquake Country: This site has lesson plans for teaching earthquake safety.
FEMA: Get earthquake information for teachers and kids including a free printable from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Shakeout.org: You’ll find drill manuals, a video, and other helpful resources on this site.
Red Cross: Read tips, watch a video, and get a free checklist on the Red Cross site.
Get Thru: Find out about the Turtle Safe program and get free downloads from this New Zealand site.
Ready.gov: Learn what to do before, during, and after an earthquake.
Save the Children: This is a link to a pdf with 10 tips for earthquake safety.
The Bump: Get safety lessons and printables from The Bump.
aktsunami.com: This pdf has a lesson and free worksheets.
Seattle.gov: Download the QuakeSafe coloring book for your kids.
Did you find plenty of free resources here for teaching earthquake safety? I hope you did. If you didn’t, you may want to bookmark or pin this page so you can find it as I will add more freebies as I find them.
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