Master of Disaster: Youth emergency preparedness
Master of Disaster is a free classroom program designed to help young people learn about emergency preparedness. The program teaches youth in grades 4 to 8 about hazards in B.C.—like floods, wildfires, earthquakes and tsunamis—and shows them how to get prepared.
What's included in a classroom kit
Each classroom kit comes pre-packaged with printed resources, small gifts for each student, and helpful instructions. Additional resources include learning materials and lesson plans.
Each learner will receive:
- A colourful Get Ready Guide (PDF, 9.7MB) for classroom instruction and activities
- A fill-in-the-blanks Home Emergency Plan (PDF, 20.9 MB) to take home and complete with their household
- A drawstring bag to help kick-start their personal preparedness
Each educator will also receive:
- A Teaching Guide (PDF, 1.22MB) to explain curricular alignment and help you plan your lessons
- A grab-and-go bag poster game to create some fun and to decorate your classroom
If you have questions about the Master of Disaster program, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.