Safety Town Video Links & Other Resources For Families

We hope having an opportunity to view the videos and information we use during Safety Town will help you continue the conversations at home. Please let us know if any of the link do not work. Thanks so much. webmaster
 Video / Helpful link  Description
 Gun Safety Video we use with children “Stop. Don’t touch. Leave the area. Tell a grownup.” Video we use with adults Dateline video clip Young children touching guns

Web article     How to have a pre-playdate "Gun Talk" with other moms   Web poster      

Facts & Myths about Kids and Guns

 Video / Helpful link  Description Message
Stranger and Personal Safety Video we use with children
“Billy to the Bus”  What to do if a stranger offers you a ride Video for families to view together
"Daisy Tells a Secret” adults should not ask them to keep secrets from parents
10 Body Safety Rules PDF
Play it safe rules for adults and kids Source for current stranger safety; click on Prevention Tips. The Red Flags & Safety Rules for Kids are really helpful.
 Tips for families:
  • Create a code / password that only the child and their parents know. If someone else tries to pick the child up and doesn’t know the family password, the child will know this isn’t a safe person to go with.

  • Have a “Safe List” of people that your family will allow your child to be picked up by and go home with. This is a good supplement to a “code word” in case of an emergency--and a close friend or relative is directed to pick up the child without the chance to learn the family password.

 Video / Helpful link  Description Message
Bike Helmets for families to view together.
“Buckle Bear” Helmet Safety Song & activities to reinforce bike safety.
Dog SafetyDog Safety for Safety Town ChildrenLetter to families  Review of what children learned at Safety Town
 Calling 911 for families to view together."Cell Phone Sally,”  Easy as 911. Fun, pixar style. for families to view together.Landline Larry calling 911 + all styles of phones; what to say to 911 operator.

Song to help learn address, to the tune of Rain, Rain, Go Away:  My name is ______ _____.  And this is my address: 123 My street name, my city, Michigan.

Song to help learn phone #, to the tune of Jingle Bells:       7 3 4 - 1 2 3- 4 5 6 7.      7 3 4 - 1 2 3- 4 5 6 7