Emergency services personnel will introduce little ones to important safety lessons.
Local law enforcement, fire fighters and emergency medical service responders will be on site at The Woodlands Children’s Museum, Tuesday, Nov. 24, for Safety Day, to provide an opportunity for children to check out all the equipment and learn about the important jobs these brave providers perform.
Children will especially enjoy meeting Hap, the child-friendly drug dog, and watching as he responds to commands.
The local police department will provide fingerprinting kits for families, and the Township Safety Group will share different safety tips.
A storybook reading of “Cell Phone Sally” will teach children cellphone safety and usage in an emergency.
“This is a great way for children and families to learn age-appropriate safety tips,” Angela Colton, the museum’s executive director, said. “And after the event, we invite everyone to stay and play in the museum.”
Safety Day is scheduled from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 24, at the museum located at 4775 W. Panther Creek Drive, Suite 280.
The calendar at The Woodlands Children’s Museum is full of fun activities, as well as a number of workshops for children ages 4 through 8. To learn more about the museum, its hours of operation and ways to support the nonprofit, visit woodlandschildrensmuseum.org or call 281-465-0955. The museum is always looking for sponsors or partners for events. Follow the museum’s Twitter handle @thewoodlandscm.