Get Ready, Kids!
Calling all Georgia kids! Would you know how to help your family if there was an emergency in your community? Georgia faces many types of natural and manmade disasters including earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, severe storms, wildfires and floods. Emergencies can happen quickly and without warning, so it’s important to prepare now. Keep reading below to find fun games, tips and activities that will help you and your family get ready for the unexpected. Don’t be scared. Be prepared!
Check out what these kids have to say about being prepared
A transcript for this video can be found here: Kids Get Ready: Transcript for the Hearing Impaired.
Our Teacher and Parent Toolkit contains information, ideas and materials to help encourage children (and their families) to prepare for the unexpected.
Hey kids! Test your Ready IQ, play games with Rex the mountain lion and check out fun activities to get you and your family prepared
Rex, a strong and confident mountain lion who encourages children to help their families prepare, is the mascot of the Ready campaign. Find out how you can invite Rex to your event.
Georgia elementary school students did a fantastic job illustrating what it means to be Ready! Check out the results of our 2012 “Georgia Kids Are Super Ready” art, essay and video contest.