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Safety Links
By Sarah Lane
Aug 5, 2006, 09:04 PST



Safety Links


Bus Safety Rules

Visit the Kid's Safety Zone! First read the introduction, then follow the smiley faces and learn the rules of bus safety. You can also find out how to act around the outside of a six ton bus. Take the bus safety quiz to test your knowledge or visit the game section to try your luck at beating the computer at checkers.
Source: National Safety Council

Food Safety
Food safety is top priority at this site for kids, teens, and educators. Read articles about germs, hand washing, and food safety education information. Take the food safety quiz or try the word match and coloring book. Explore the links for more on this important issue.
Source: Foodsafety.gov

Federal Bureau of Investigation Kids: Safety Tips
The Federal Bureau of Investigation presents safety tips about using the Internet, talking to strangers, and guns. This field trip is geared towards kids and narrated by two friendly hounds who work for the F.B.I.
Source: F.B.I.

Keeping Kids Safe
With increasing media coverage of kidnapping comes plenty of questions from parents on how to keep kids safe. Review these rules and learn what type of behavior is suspect. There's even a section devoted to anti-kidnap devices.
Source: Internet Broadcasting Systems, Inc.


National Safe Kids Campaign
You'll find numerous safety tips for everything from babies to bike helmet safety, to car, fire, and firearm safety. Discover hidden hazards, toy and water safety, and read current articles. Teachers can visit the Teacher's Desk for ways to bring safety into the classroom curriculum.
Source: Childres National Medical Center, Johnso & Johnson


The New Safety Rules for Kids
For ways to protect your child beyond the most obvious "Don't Talk to Strangers" rule, read this article from Time.com for suggestions.
Source: Time, Inc.


Missing Kids
All the information you need about missing children, how to help, ways to stay safe, and educational resources can be found at this site.
Source: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children




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