Every family should have grab-and-go emergency bags for potential emergencies. Even young children can help pack a go bag and store it in an easy-to-access place. Make grabbing the survival bags part of your emergency drills with your family.
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How to Prepare for Spring Storms #Infographic.Spring is a time of year when unpredictable weather can cause severe problems. Especially if you live in areas that are prone to thunderstorms, tornadoes or flooding, being prepared is the key to ensuring your safety during and after a storm.
EMERGENCY CONTACT... For years I fumbled with folders, papers, files, but nothing has ever been simpler! I absolutely love having my emergency contact cards (double sided) with all the emergency information you need on ONE RING! I keep this ring in my emergency bag that goes with us on each trip and/or drill. On this card (found as a freebie below) you have child's name, birthday, address, numbers, pickup, and contacts all in one spot!