Natural hazards preparedness activities for all ages

Here in Washington, everyone can be a preparedness champion, regardless of your age! Discover games, videos, books, comics and other fun preparedness and natural hazards-themed activities below.


Games, Videos, Comics & More!

Elementary

Ready Freddie!
Monster Guard App
American Red Cross (ages 7-11)
Smoke Alarm Calendar


Earthquakes

Tsunamis

Wildfire/Home Fire

Preparedness

Middle School

Earthquakes

Tsunamis

General hazards

Preparedness

High School

Tsunamis

Volcanoes

General hazards

Preparedness

All Ages

Partner Programs


Three Steps to Preparedness

Learn your Hazards
State map with hazard symbols.
Have a Plan
A person holding a map

Build Kits
A backpack

Learning about the hazards near where you work, play, and live will help you and your family be prepared for disasters that could happen, like earthquakes, floods, and pandemics.

Having a family disaster plan gives you peace of mind when a disaster happens. Decide as a family where your meeting locations are and who your out-of-area contact is.

You and your family may be on your own for at least two weeks when a disaster happens. Build a 2 Weeks Ready kit at home and smaller kits for work, school, and vehicles.


Resources for Preparedness

Neighborhood Preparedness

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