These activities are available for your next family-centered event at no charge to your group or organization. Let us help you choose the activity that best suits your event. Requirements must be met by your organization for us to provide these activities.
Health and Safety Activities
First-Aid Kits: Children assemble simple first-aid kits that can be kept in a backpack or desk drawer.
Glow Bug Hand Washing: Kids learn about good hand washing techniques and personal hygiene, with the use of “magic” lotion and a black light.
Lunch Bags: Kids can decorate their own lunch bag. It's a unique way to display their artwork while taking a tasty lunch on the go! Each child will receive a recipe card that lists ideas to create a healthy lunch.
Prize Putt: Ready, aim – putt! Kids test their hand and eye coordination in this fun version of mini-golf.
Spin to Win: Kids spin the wheel and learn about one of four different topics:
- Fit ‘n’ Fun: Kids spin the wheel to bend, stretch, jump and learn about the importance of staying active.
- Nutrition: Kids spin the wheel to learn the importance of the five food groups that are the building blocks for healthy eating habits.
- Poison and Safety: Kids spin the wheel to learn the importance of safe practices in and outside the home; including common household poisons.
- Sun: Kids spin the wheel to learn how animals protect themselves in the sun and how humans have similar safe practices in the sun.
Button or Magnet Making: Kids have a chance to color and assemble their very own button or magnet.
Handprint Poem: Kids paint with their handprints to create one of a kind artwork to be treasured.
Send a Hug: Sending good thoughts and hugs from you! Kids create and color a special hug to brighten a relative or friend's day.
Helmet Safety Check: Trained experts check children’s helmets for proper fit. This free service allows children to bring their helmets from home to be properly fitted or new helmets are also available for purchase at a reduced cost. This service requires a minimum of 25 children to be pre-registered 2 business days prior to the helmet check date.
Safety Stop Display: The safety stop display is a free service provided in the community. At this interactive display, a trained professional displays variety of car seats, helmets and home safety products to discuss with parents and other care providers the best ways to protect their children in the car, on a bike or in their own home and sleep environment. Up to four topics can be addressed with this interactive informational display:
- Car Seats
- Bicycle Helmets
- Home Safety
- Sleep Safety