Teaching children about natural disasters at a young age helps them understand what is going on and how they should react when one occurs. Knowing what to do in the event of a disaster could save a child’s life, and practicing how to react in a natural disaster can reduce fear and prevent panic during the event.
Use these natural disaster teaching resources to begin educating children in your life about natural disasters.
If you are a parent, educator or caretaker, taking time to educate children about natural disasters can help them cope if the situation ever arises, reducing their anxiety by informing them of proper ways to react in those situations.
The following tips can help you effectively communicate about natural disasters with kids:
Further natural disaster teaching resources offer valuable information about natural disasters for older kids. Websites or infographics with kid-friendly data can give children a feeling of autonomy as they independently research and discover answers to their questions.
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