Governor's Traffic Safety Committee

 Traffic Safety Kids Page

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~ Other Safety Sites for Kids ~

The NYS Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Service Office of Fire Prevention and Control has a Fire Safety Page external link with an activity book about Hershey, a chocolate labrador retriever, who was specially trained to find the cause of fires. They also have information, games and pictures related to fire safety.

Think Safe, Ride Safe, Be Safe! external link Think Safe, Ride Safe, Be Safe! is a new child transportation safety campaign from NHTSA and Ludorum, the producers of the Chuggington™ television series. This child-friendly site has fun learning activities for kids and information for parents.

If you live on a farm, you probably know these safety rules. If you plan to visit in a rural area, you may not be aware of the dangers on a farm. Farm Safety 4 Just Kids external link is an international, non-profit organization which works to prevent farm related injuries to children.

If you are going camping or picnicking, see the Smokey the Bear external link website from the US Forest Service. Remember, only you can prevent forest fires!

Here are some tips on protecting your eyes external link from the National Eye Institute and National Institutes of Health.

The Florida Citizen Safety Center, Children's Safety Center external link provides safety tips from what to do after an accident to how to protect yourself in bad weather.

The Nemours Foundation provides a Kids Health external link site. They have information on all types of topics including not injuring yourself using the computer, how to deal with change and your feelings, health, safety, and games.

For older kids:

If you are interested in volunteer work or community service, you should check out the American Red Cross Youth Page. external link

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Traffic Safety Kids Page

Bikes & Wheel Sport Safety | Car Seats & Seat Belts | Public Transportation | Railroad Crossings
Safe Walking | School Bus & School Zones | Traffic Sign Quiz | Traffic Sign Quiz Answers

Kids Activities Page | Games & Puzzles Answer Page