Earthquakes

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/kids/The USGS's Earthquake for Kids web site - tons of information and activities.

http://resilience.abag.ca.gov/students/take an earthquake test, play a game, learn about earthquake safety active

http://www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-earthquake.htm this site has animations of an earthquake and an animation of an earthquake and a tsunami, also lots of information on earthquakes active

http://ammo.com/articles/earthquake-disaster-preparedness covers safety advice as well as guidance on what to do before, during and after such an emergency. This was recommended by a person from Dallas, Texas

http://home.earthlink.net/~torg/ca.html read the online book - ABC of Earthquakes - click on each letter to turn the page - enjoy!!active

http://safesoundfamily.com/p/keeping-your-family-safe-during-an-earthquake/This site goes over earthquake safety - what to do before, during and after. This site was recommended by a person in Wellesley, MA.

http://www.seismo.ethz.ch/edu/quiz/index_EN Here is a fun interactive earthquake quiz. Good for upper elementary on. There are two sections, pass the first, then try your luck on the second.active

http://www.homeadvisor.com/article.show.Earthquake-Recovery-Resource-Guide.17321.htmlThis site has all sorts of information on earthquakes, what to do when when occurs, what to do afterwards, and agencies that can help. It was recommended by a person in Wellesley, MA.

Forest Fires

http://www.treeremoval.com/kids-guide-to-forest-fires/#.U7zETIVk87A A Kids Guide to Forest Fires - has lots of resource links - some have activities. This site was recommended by a person in Cary, N.C.

Floods

http://www.hurford-salvi-carr.co.uk/blog/flood-recovery-guide-practical-disaster-recovery-advice Flood Recovery Guide - This site will help you to have a guide that can take you step by step through the flood recovery process as well as the months that follow. Right now it is geared to the UK, but it is planning on editing it so that it will have a more general use. It is definitely worth looking at to consider what you would have to do if you were flooded. The site was recommended by a person from London, GB.

Natural Disasters

https://www.ready.gov/kids/know-the-factsThis is the kids section on natural disasters. It has links to games, fact sheets, and more.active

http://www.alarms.org/disaster-preparedness-guide/ Alarms.org - This guide summarizes the basics of disaster preparedness and safety best practices before, during, and after tonadoes, wildfires, earthquakes, and hurricanes. After each section are links for additional resources. This site was recommended by a person from Washington, D.C.

http://www.ready.gov/natural-disastersLearn what protective measures before, during, and after an emergency - including making plans, building kits, involvement with community, your business, and games to play with kid regarding natural disasters. This site was recommended by a person in Wellesley, MA.

http://www.improvenet.com/a/home-emergency-disaster-safetyThis site gives information on what to do to prepare for many different types of natural disasters. It was recommended by a person in Wellesley, MA

http://www.stopdisastersgame.org/en/home.htmlThis site has several games for natural disasters and how to prevent them. The site was recommended by a person in Wellesley, MAactive

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