Good Things Being Said By Our Visitors
Just wanted to compliment you on your great site for kids. My goddaughter
is in 4th grade and studying quakes and volcanoes. I was looking for straightforward
facts for her to study and your site is very clear and understandable-
We just wanted to tell you how much we enjoyed visiting this website.
It was not only educational but a lot of FUN! I know that we will be returning
many times, and we'll tell all our friends. Thank you.
I would like to thank you for giving children such a great place to learn
about natural disasters. My name is Megan and I am an 18 year old high
school senior. I believe that this has to be the most creative site I
have seen dealing with disaster relief. Even though I am about to graduate
high school and go on to college, I enjoyed it as though I was seven.
Thank you. Children (and grown-ups) need this.
I'm a technology specialist/elementary teacher who's been searching for
some usable and interesting information on hurricanes all over the web.
I love your site! My kids of all levels will be learning and having fun.
I can't wait for them to use your information. Thanks for all your hard
I looked over the FEMA for Kids website and found it to be very helpful
in my family being prepared for a disaster. It gave us some great ideas.
I just wanted to let you know that I think you all are doing a great service.
Hello, I'm a third grade teacher and just wanted to let you know how
impressed I am with your site. It really is one of the best educational
websites out there. We'll be using it as a primary source of instruction
for the next week : )
My name is Tiena Hall. I am the Southeast Regional representative for
the Arkansas Floodplain Management Assoc. I have been looking over your
web page and find it very helpful. My daughter finds the "Fun" section
a lot of fun. So do I. I enjoyed it so much that I sent a letter to my
daughter's school. The principal has talked to the teachers about the
web page. They are learning emergency information to give to the students.
I just wanted you and FEMA to know how important it is for FEMA to make
a frightening experience less frightening to a child. This is a good way
to teach them about emergencies and to be prepared. Thank you.
Thank you for this wonderful site. My ten year old, who has never seen
a hurricane, is doing a school report on hurricanes and your site was
not only fun for her to visit, but full of great information, too. Keep
up the good work!
I just wanted to express my thanks to you for putting out such a great
informational tool. My students are learning all kinds of things about
weather. Watching them, I doubt that they even realize that they are learning
because they are having so much fun. Keep up the great work.
This website taught me alot about FEMA, and FEMA's resources. FEMA sounds
like a real great organization and it should stay around to help people.
The website teaches us and informs us about FEMA and every part of the
site should stay up and running for years to come. I loved the crossword
puzzle, it was fun and taught me things. The site should be added on to,
not taken away!
I am a fourth grade teacher from Sudlersville Elementary School in Maryland.
My students came to school yesterday very scared and concerned about Hurricane
Floyd. During class we went to FEMA for Kids and read and learned a lot.
It is a great page for kids and adults. They felt a lot better and found
out a lot. They liked the stories. We didn't have much time to read everything
so I told them we will go back to it. I believe they felt better after
tracking the storm and reading about what to do. Thanks so much.
This is a great web page for kids! I am glad to see you thought of them.
Parents get so stressed with hurricane preparations that it is wonderful
to see items directed towards children. I plan on directing my children
to this page this evening. I was here for Hugo and remember going 3 weeks
I love your Fema for Kids web site. Its a terrific idea and an interesting
and informative site. Good work.
I was on your site today and I was very impressed. First I tried to
put the snowman together, then I read the feature on Y2K for Kids and
found it very understandable and comprehensive. I printed it to share
with my daughter's school and my second graders (I'm the room parent for
my daughter's class). Then I clicked on the Canine Heroes and printed
them as well to share with the class. Thanks again for all the info.
I am a grade school technology teacher who just came across your FEMA
for Kids site. In my experience, your "kids" page is the most interesting
and fun kids' site of all the governmental agencies. Someone has put a
lot of work in on this site! Good luck as you continue to develop an engaging
site for children.
This is a fun and informative site for kids of all ages. Thanks for
remembering the importance of providing enjoyable learning experiences
for children. I especially liked the kids' own stories. I teach writing
to adults and always remind them how important to read to their kids and
help them learn to express their own ideas in spoken and written form.
I'll send a site link to a friend who has young children who love to spend
time at the computer and are very creative.
Thank you for showing this web site. My teacher gave it to me and I
took it home and found it on my computer. This could really help little
kids help their parents when an accident occures.It is also interesting
that it shows all about tornados, wildfires,and other things like that.I
am just so glad that you did this for us!!
I am a sixth grade teacher at Honeysuckle Middle School. I am very excited
to find the FEMA Web site. On Wednesday, May 13th, my students will be
surfing the net to find information on earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis.
I am proud to be able to send them to this site. Thank you for the valuable
My son really enjoys getting e-mail from you. He use to get scared when
a storm moved through. Since we have been talking about Thunderstorms
and Tornados and what to do in case we experience one, he seems to be
more comfortable with it when severe weather approaches. We live in Southeast
Kansas so we are in Tornado Alley. We have some pretty strong storms move
through are area this time of year. Jesse really likes going to the FEMA
for Kids Website. Thank you all so much for taking the time to reach the
I enjoyed your web site . It was so Cool!!!!!!! Thanks for letting me
know it was there!
Boy, am I impressed at your new FEMA for Kids. I have been a resource
coord. for Woodbridge Township OEM for 14 years. I have talked OEM to
every grade. You have created a swell resource for me. Thank you.
You have introduced us to some very valuable resources that will also
help us in learning to use the Internet.
Congratulations! The kids pages are outstanding! When I need a pick-me-up,
I'll go there!
I think your games are good. It's kind of hard to get in to at first,
but it's fun. Thank you for giving my school a chance.
I just wanted to let you know that as a parent, I appreciate this site.
It is informative and I wish there had been information like this available
when I was a child.
Your rap rules!!!
I think this Web site is wonderful. We need more information that helps
teach kids. Adults can even learn while they are at the Web site with
their kids. Great job, FEMA!
The site looks great. There is solid information in a format that is
user friendly for children. Nice Job!