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First Edition Emergency Preparedness Game Ages 6+
Prepardy Rules Answers must be in the form of a question Points for partially correct answers are awarded at the teacher’s discretion
$100 $100 Make a Plan Make a Kit Stay Informed Resources Fred $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Prepardy
In an emergency, you should call this number. What is 911? Make a Plan - $100 Back
When riding in the car we should always wear our ______. What is Seatbelt? Make a Plan - $200 Back
In case of a _____, you should meet with your family outside of your home. What is Fire? Make a Plan - $300 Back
In case of a _______, your family should take shelter in a basement or safe room. What is Tornado? Make a Plan - $400 Back
What is a Smoke Detector? This should have its batteries changed twice a year at the same time clocks are set. Make a Plan - $500 Back
This item can help you see if the power goes out. What is a Flashlight? Make a Kit - $100 Back
Having this in your kit will help you if you get thirsty. What is Water? Make a Kit - $200 Back
These items can give us something to do or play with while in the shelter. What are Games or Toys? Make a Kit - $300 Back
Having some ______ in the kit will be nice in case you get hungry. What is Food or Snacks? Daily Double - $800 Back
Fred has one in his kit because it is hard for him to drink water from a bottle. What is a Water Dish or Bowl? Make a Kit - $500 Back
Mom and Dad watch this to know if it will be nice outside or if storms may come. What is the Weather? Stay Informed - $100 Back
Who is Mom, Dad, Brother, Sister or Family Member? Stay Informed - $200 This person can help you be ready for emergencies at home. Back
Who is a Teacher? Stay Informed - $300 A person in the classroom who can tell you what’s going on and what you should do to be safe in the school. Back
What is a Smoke Detector? Stay Informed - $400 Something that will sound an alarm in case of a fire. Back
What is a Tornado Siren? Stay Informed - $500 This outside alarm let’s us know if bad weather is coming our way. Back
A person at home who can help us Make a Kit, Make a Plan, and Stay Informed. Who is a Parent or Family Member? Resources - $100 Back
People in our community that can help us get ready for emergencies. Who are Police, Firefighters, Emergency Medical Personnel, and Emergency Management? Resources - $200 Back
A furry friend who wants our family and pets to be ready for all emergencies. Who is Fred the Preparedness Dog? Resources - $300 Back
Someone who we can have as an Emergency Contact. Who are Grandparents, Doctors, Neighbors, Family Members? Resources - $400 Back
This can help Mom and Dad or others take care of us in case we get hurt. What is a First Aid Kit? Resources - $500 Back
Fred is this kind of dog. What is a German Shepherd? Fred - $100 Back
A Frisbee. What is Fred’s favorite toy? Fred - $200 Back
The color of Fred’s fur. What is Brown? Fred - $300 Back
Fred - $400 Fred’s favorite snack. What is Popcorn? Back
How much Fred weighs. What is 100 pounds? Fred - $500 Back
Dogs like Fred are able to smell a lot better than people can. To give them something with a familiar smell and to cuddle with in the shelter, they should have a _____. What is a Blanket? Back
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