Be Disaster Ready Colouring Sheets(PDF, 474KB)
The Get Ready Challenge challenges Queensland kids to prepare for future disasters and severe weather.
The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience (AIDR) Education for Young People website contains a range of curriculum-linked resources for primary and secondary schools, including resources and activities from the Li’l Larikkins Bushfire and Natural Hazards Program.
Birdie’s Tree supports the mental health and emotional wellbeing of babies and young children, their parents and families, in relation to severe weather events and other natural disasters. This resource package includes eleven story and activity books in a variety of languages, along with supporting animations and games. For early childhood education and care professionals, a package of centre-wide training, resources, and support is also available through the website.
In the Play School Everyday Helpers series, the Play School team up with some very special guests from the emergency services to share early childhood safety messages about emergencies.
The Emerging Minds Community Trauma Toolkit is a range of resources developed to help support adults and children before, during, and after a disaster or traumatic event. These resources provide a starting point for adults to help children and families navigate the different stages of a disaster.
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