Centers for Disease Control: BAM! Your Safety: Safety Smartz

 Tip cards suitable for printing teach how kids can stay safe in different situations, such as at home, on the Internet, and when doing sports. There is even a quiz users can take on safety concepts. Submitting the completed quiz
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 Tip cards suitable for printing teach how kids can stay safe in different situations, such as at home, on the Internet, and when doing sports. There is even a quiz users can take on safety concepts. Submitting the completed quiz gives kids suggestions of which tip cards they ought to pay a bit more attention to.

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