ReadyKids

Outreach to the youth of Alabama to encourage individual and family preparedness and community involvement.

Alabama Be Ready Camp

Would you like to develop leadership skills in your children or students?  Give them an opportunity to learn about disaster preparedness, participate in a full scale mock disaster exercise and meet new friends in the process?  If so, register for Be Ready Camp!  Located at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama, Be Ready Camp is an innovative and unique five day full immersion residential camp that promotes citizen preparedness and participation to sixth graders in the State of Alabama.

Visit http://www.facebook.com/pages/Alabama-Be-Ready-Camp/116092005194389 for more information!

Learning about the weather is a key factor in emergency preparedness!

Visit http://www.education.noaa.gov/sweather.html for weather-related games and fun!

Flat Stanley and Flat Stella have been asked to serve as ambassadors to promote preparedness. How great is that?!

Children and their parents can build their own FEMA Flat Stanley or Flat Stella, and then share with other children and classrooms the steps they have taken to support preparedness throughout their homes, schools and communities.

Visit http://www.ready.gov/kids for more information and other exciting games!

Want to learn STUFF?! What kind of stuff?? ALL Kinds of stuff!

Visit http://kids.usa.gov/ A safe place to learn and play!

Curious about science and nature? Ignite your natural curiosity at Discovery Education!

Visit http://www.discoveryeducation.com/featured-programs/index.cfm?campaign=flyout_programs for student, teacher and parent resources!

Sparky the Dog has cool e-cards to send your friends while educating them about fire safety!

Visit http://www.sparky.org/ for more information!

Want to learn how to make your very own Emergency Go Bag?

Visit http://www.gobagforkids.com/ for more information!

Only YOU can make a difference. Learn how to stop the spread of wildfires.

Visit http://www.smokeybear.com/ for more information!

Learn valuable learning tools about fire safety and prevention through the United States Fire Administration!

Visit http://www.usfa.fema.gov/kids/flash.shtm for games and puzzles!