Safety Squad Offers Health and Science Programs for Elementary Students
The safety experts at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital’s Injury Prevention Center bring high energy, interactive programs to schools on a variety of health education and healthy living topics. These fast-paced programs engage kids by incorporating science, physics, and health concepts to help children discover how injuries occur and how our choices can prevent injuries and promote personal health.
Motor Vehicle Safety
The Science of Kids in Cars (grades K-2): Explore motor vehicle crash physics and the importance of seat belts and booster seats.
Egg-Cellent Adventures in Crash Physics (grades 3-5): Basic physics concepts help kids understand how seat belts protect motor vehicle passengers.
Stay Healthy and Stay in the Game (grades 3-5): Hands on introduction to the fundamentals of sports safety, from warming up to hydration to safety equipment.
Get Up and Move! (grades K-5): Kids learn the importance of getting at least 60 minutes of exercise daily and find out how fun staying active can be.
Protecting Your Amazing Brain (grades 1-5): Kids learn about bicycle safety by exploring concepts like momentum, transfer of energy, and sound localization.
Swim Safe (grades K-2): Younger kids learn the basics of staying safe in and around water.
Think, Don’t Sink (grades 3-5): Kids learn and practice the fundamentals of pool, beach, and boating safety.
To learn more, explore pricing options, or schedule a session for your school, contact the Rainbow Injury Prevention Center at 216-983-1110.
The Rainbow Safety Squad is made possible through a grant from Cliffs Natural Resources.