Wednesday, October 28, 2009

emergency preparedness


This past Monday night, Grace was in charge of our family lesson. She was supposed to teach us all about being prepared for emergencies, what emergencies are, and things we can do to be safe. This was done in light of a recent church activity for the children on the same subject. The following is her lesson she wrote out. I wanted to share it with you so you can feel just as safe as we do:

Today I will talk to you about emergencys.
Emergencys are great danager.
There could be a fire tomarrow!
You never know when a emergency comes!
Like an earthquake or a tsunanis or a fire or an
explosion!
They can cause trouble.

Whatever you do, don't get
near them!
They can hurt you.
Reilly bad.
Relly super, superduper bad!!!!!

Raise your hand if you want to do an activity.

An activity?! I sure hope the activity involves putting us all in the middle of a danger-free zone with our 72 hour kits, haz mat outfits, swine flu masks, and gallons upon gallons of water. Well, and a little chocolate wouldn't hurt either.

5 comments:

Sally Morrison said...

Sounds like you have some work to do. You know what California is like!

Seriously... said...

i feel safer having read that.

Janelle Dobson said...

Stay away from emergencys!

amy said...

she is too cute! love the lesson! can she teach our FHE next week? ;)

Ollievie said...

That is so cute! I mean she's mastered the topic . . . stay away from emergencys. You can't argue with that :)