Primary Students

Hi Kids! This page has been designed for you.  We have lots of fun games and activities for you to try as well as information for school projects. You can also watch the award winning Li’L Larrikins safety videos and find out how you can stay safe in an emergency.

Bag it, block it, lift it and leave

 

SES Natural Hazards Safety Program

Li'L Larikkins are a group of friends having big adventures and learning about natural hazards in a small outback town. In these videos you will get to meet Amy, Trev and Jimmy as well as Tucka a crazy Irish rabbit, Maddy the Koala and Bob the dog who thinks he's a superhero.

Watch the Li'L Larikkins videos and learn more about the Li'L Larikkins

 

Chatterbox Game

Print and build your own chatterbox, download and use the instructions below to learn how to build it and how to play.

School projects

Victoria State Emergency Service (SES) has lots of information available for students working on a school project. This page will help you learn about what we do, our history and how to plan, prepare and stay safe during emergencies and disasters.

Go to the School projects page

Paddy Platypus

Paddy the Platypus is an SES volunteer. His job is to visit festivals, schools and other special events to help spread important safety messages to children all across Australia.

Activities and games

Have fun with our new FloodSafe Game, puzzles, mazes and colouring pages and learn about how you can help SES keep you safe during an emergency.

VICSES are encouraging children to use the Red Cross Children’s Activity Book. This book is free to download and is a fun way to help kids prepare for an emergency.

Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service with Queensland Centre for Perinatal and Infant Mental Health have put together a series of children’s books for natural disasters.

Two of these books focus on flood and earthquakes. These natural disasters can be very frightening and upsetting for babies and young children. Reading a story with a caring adult can help a young child work through the scary experiences and ‘big feelings’.

There’s information for parents and carers too. The authors encourage children to come and meet Birdie and Mr Frog! 

 

 

 

Birdie and the Earthquake

Birdie and the Flood

 

More activities and things to do are available on the Activities and games page