Every family needs an emergency plan to keep them READY. SET. SAFE. during hurricane season. Ask your parents or adult family members if they have a plan for emergencies, such as a hurricane. Below are some questions you might what to ask.
Hurricanes and other emergencies can be scary, but talking about your fears with a parent, adult family member or school counselor or teacher will help.
Hurricane Safety Coloring & Activity Book
Recommended Reading for Kids
Kids can learn about hurricanes through books.
FEMA's Be A Hero!
The Heroes teach kids how to be prepared for disasters and prevent disaster damage. You can also learn what causes disasters, play games, read stories and become a Disaster Action Kid.
Florida Division of Emergency Management Kids Get A Plan
Professor Tinkermeister in his Wacky, Whiz-Bang, Weather-Watching Wonder and other fun characters will guide children through this interactive site filled with activities, downloads and stories.
National Weather Service's Owlie Skywarn: Hurricanes
Owlie Skywarn provides important information that kids and their families should know when preparing for a hurricane.
American Red Cross Masters of Disaster
Getting better prepared for disasters and other emergencies can be a fun activity for the whole family! The Masters of Disaster® series teaches children how to prevent, prepare for and respond to disasters and other emergencies.
Weather Wiz Kids
Kids can learn more about the fascinating world of weather and get their very own Hurricane Tracking Chart.
Play fun-filled disaster safety games, create storm kits, and take interactive quizzes on natural disasters.
Web Weather for Kids
Learn what makes weather wet and wild, do cool activities, and become hot at forecasting the weather on Web Weather for Kids!
Broward County - Kids Corner
Hey Kids! Broward County has lots of stuff for you to do on this Web site. Check it out!
Aim A Hurricane
This game lets you see how winds work together to determine where a hurricane will strike.
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