This fun, live-action, video-based kit will teach children how to prevent dog bites.

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Kit includes 13 minutes instructional video, coloring poster for children, instructor's guide and more!

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See what educators and animal control officers are saying about Dr. Cornwell's "Animal Safety Is Fun!" kit.

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Contents of Kit:

Video

Download the 13 minute video and play on any computer. The video prepares the instructor to present this fun project. The video also contains a fun section for kids to watch and review what they've learned. The video is closed captioned for the deaf and hearing impaired.

Copyright Letter

You are encouraged to reproduce the printed materials as often as you like so each child and family get a copy of the "Animal Safety Is Fun!" Coloring Poster and Parent's Guide. The copyright letter also explains the learning methodology behind the presentation.

Teacher's Guide

This document details the procedures and equipment needed to present the materials. If you need some pointers on how to present the project successfully, this guide will help!

Coloring Poster

The coloring poster will be a hit with the kids! The summary of the lesson is included right on the coloring page, allowing the child to internalize the take-away points in preventing dog bites.

Parent's Guide

Involve the parents! Children can take this guide home with them after the presentation. The guide will inform the parents what their child learned and how to review with them. The guide includes additional safety pointers parents should know.

Event Flyer

The event flyer will allow you to advertise your event with a location, date and time. Make copies and hang around your school, community bulletin boards, restaurants, rec centers, etc…

Testimonies

"An Animal Control Officer in Arizona said, “As the dogs approached, all forty kids stayed calm and became trees. The dogs sniffed them, but the children stood still. I know for a fact if someone started running they would have been bitten. When my supervisor and I started this program, we decided that if it saved one child from being bitten, it would be worth it. We did not expect to save a whole class at once.”