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Teach Your Kids About Propane Safety

Looking for a fun way to teach your children about propane safety? Check out PropaneKids.com. It’s a multimedia site featuring games and activities that teach kids about the safe use and environmental benefits of propane. All of the games feature three skill levels to appeal to kids of all ages. The website talks about propane use in homes and on farms, carbon monoxide safety, grilling safety, what to do if you smell a possible propane leak and other good safety tips kids can follow at home.

Visit PropaneKids.com

PropaneKids.com was developed by the Propane Education & Research Council to promote the importance of propane safety education and helping children learn good safety habits at a young age.

In addition to the interactive games for kids, parents and educators can download activities for children to complete at home or in school, such as home safety inspection checklists, safety lesson plans and experiments. The school activities, designed for various age levels, teach kids lessons like how to identify the “propane smell” and how pollution and smog are formed.

Parents can also find tips for talking to children about safety, creating a safe emergency meeting place and conducting propane emergency drills at home.

Want more? PropaneKids is also on Facebook.

Additional grilling safety tips and information about how propane is used in homes can be found here on AmeriGas’ PropaneFYI blog.

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