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All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids and teens, and provide information and activities on bicycling safety.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

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Bicycling Safety is for sites that offer information, tips, activities, and guides that teach kids and teens about choosing the right bicycle, wearing a helmet, being alert, obeying traffic laws, crossing streets and railroad tracks, and bicycle maintenance.
All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids and teens, and provide information and activities on fireworks safety.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

English sites only. Sites for kids and teens in other languages should be suggested to the appropriate category in /International.

Fireworks safety provides kids and teens with information, tips, and activities to help them learn how to be safe around fireworks.
All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids and teens, and provide information and activities on fire prevention and safety.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

English sites only. Sites for kids and teens in other languages should be suggested to the appropriate category in /International.

Fire Prevention and Safety provides kids and teens with information, tips, and activities to help them learn how to prevent fires and what to do in case of a fire.
All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids and teens, and provide information and activities on food safety.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

Food safety is about keeping hands, utensils, and surfaces clean, and separating, cooking, and chilling foods correctly to make sure that what we eat doesn't make us sick.

Sites listed in this category offer information on the kinds of bacteria in foods; the correct temperatures for cooking meats and storing foods; how to wash your hands and why it's important; and keeping foods apart when shopping, storing, preparing, and cooking.

All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids and teens, and provide information and activities on outdoor safety.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

English only sites. Sites for kids and teens in other languages should be suggested to the appropriate category in /International.

Outdoor Safety provides information, tips, activities, and guides to help kids and teens learn about being safe during outdoor activities.

Sites listed in this category offer information on swimming, boating, hiking, and camping safety; sunburn, insect bites, and pool safety; avoiding frostbite and hypothermia; and safe encounters with wildlife.

All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids / teens and provide general information about environmental health.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

Sites containing information about environmental safety issues should be suggested to the appropriate subcategory in /Safety. They will not be listed here.

Environmental health involves biological, chemical, and physical factors in the environment that affect human health.

Biological factors include bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that live in the air, water, and on food.

Chemical factors include pesticides, household cleaners, paints, glues, and gasoline.

Other factors include noise, vibration, extreme heat or cold, radiation, and toxic metals.

All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids and teens, and provide information and activities to help kids learn traffic and road safety.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

English sites only. Sites for kids and teens in other languages should be suggested to the appropriate category in /International.

Sites about specific safety issues (bicycling, fire, etc.) should be submitted to the appropriate subcategory.

Sites in this category offer safety information, tips, activities, and guides for kids and teens about walking, crossing the road, rollerblading, cycling, train safety and warning signals, and riding in cars and buses.
All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids and teens, and provide information and activities to help them learn how to stay safe during bad weather.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

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Weather Safety provides kids and teens with learning resources and information on how to stay safe and out of danger during bad weather, lightning storms, tornados, hurricanes, and floods.
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