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  1. The Pillowcase ProjectPresenter Training American Red Cross Disaster Services

  2. Welcome!

  3. Outline Page

  4. Pillowcase Project Overview

  5. PP History and Background

  6. Pillowcase Project Learning Objectives • Provide students with basic knowledge of hazards and what to do to stay safe.

  7. Pillowcase Project Learning Objectives • Provide students with basic knowledge of hazards and what to do to stay safe. • Equip students with preparedness tools that will motivate families to create an emergency communications plan and prepare an emergency supply kit.

  8. Pillowcase Project Learning Objectives • Provide students with basic knowledge of hazards and what to do to stay safe. • Equip students with preparedness tools that will motivate families to create an emergency communications plan and prepare an emergency supply kit. • Engage students in preparing a Pillowcase Kit that will be a source of inner strength and resiliency in emergency situations, as well as a familiar, easy to find container for emergency supplies.

  9. Pillowcase Project Learning Objectives • Provide students with basic knowledge of hazards and what to do to stay safe. • Equip students with preparedness tools that will motivate families to create an emergency communications plan and prepare an emergency supply kit. • Engage students in preparing a Pillowcase Kit that will be a source of inner strength and resiliency in emergency situations, as well as a familiar, easy to find container for emergency supplies. • Empower students to make emergency preparedness a priority in their homes and communities.

  10. Pillowcase Project Learning Objectives • Provide students with basic knowledge of hazards and what to do to stay safe. • Equip students with preparedness tools that will motivate families to create an emergency communications plan and prepare an emergency supply kit. • Engage students in preparing a Pillowcase Kit that will be a source of inner strength and resiliency in emergency situations, as well as a familiar, easy to find container for emergency supplies. • Empower students to make emergency preparedness a priority in their homes and communities. • Encourage students and teachers to explore the scientific, sociological, and cultural dimensions of emergency preparedness in the classroom.

  11. Pillowcase Project Learning Objectives • Provide students with basic knowledge of hazards and what to do to stay safe. • Equip students with preparedness tools that will motivate families to create an emergency communications plan and prepare an emergency supply kit. • Engage students in preparing a Pillowcase Kit that will be a source of inner strength and resiliency in emergency situations, as well as a familiar, easy to find container for emergency supplies. • Empower students to make emergency preparedness a priority in their homes and communities. • Encourage students and teachers to explore the scientific, sociological, and cultural dimensions of emergency preparedness in the classroom. • Prepare students to develop the resiliency skills to cope with the psychological impact of past, present, and potential emergencies

  12. 3rd-5th Graders 8-11 Years Old

  13. Good messengers to households • Learn problem solving • Serve as leaders • Reduce fears about hazards and disasters

  14. Excitable • Easy to engage • Willing to participate

  15. Presenting the Pillowcase Project

  16. Presentation Tips

  17. Household • Grown-Ups, friends, and loved ones

  18. Household • Grown-Ups, friends, and loved ones • Emergencies • Coping Skills

  19. Quiet Symbol • Recent disaster and emergency experience • Learning disabilities or other emotional issues • Other classroom policies or procedures

  20. Redirecting Stories Scenario

  21. Presenter Tools & Resources

  22. Toolbox

  23. The Presentation

  24. Presentation Sequence

  25. Presentation Sequence Review

  26. The Pillowcase Project Hi, my name is Ms. Daniels! I am a volunteer with the American Red Cross and I am excited to be here with you today for The Pillowcase Project!

  27. The Pillowcase Project Have you heard about the American Red Cross before?

  28. The Pillowcase Project Great! So can someone raise their hand and tell me something the Red Cross does?

  29. The Pillowcase Project Yes, we do all those things! There is a Red Cross responsible for every community in the United States and we help people donate blood, teach people how to swim and do CPR, respond to emergencies, and teach classes like I am today!

  30. The Pillowcase Project I noticed you also mentioned that sometimes we help people after a fire. That is a wonderful answer. The Red Cross actually responds to more home fires than any other emergency. We help people find a place to stay and continue going to work or school even if they had a fire.

  31. The Pillowcase Project So, even though the main focus of our time together today is going to be about a different emergency– hurricanes– I want to spend a few moments talking about Home Fire Safety. We like to talk about Home Fire Safety whenever we can because it is very important to us that you know how you can help prevent a home fire, and what you should do in case one happens.

  32. Hilary: Fire Section

  33. Home Fire Safety • Adults should test smoke alarms once a month • Use My Preparedness Workbook to plan a family evacuation plan and schedule a time to practice it • You should crawl in a fire because smoke rises • Always test doors for heat before opening it • If possible, identify 2 exits out of each room in your home and practice leaving from these during your family evacuation practice

  34. The Pillowcase Project Great, thank you for reviewing Home Fire Safety with me! Now let me tell you more about what we’re going to talk about today: The Pillowcase Project.

  35. The Pillowcase Project We are going to learn about hurricanes and what you and your family and friends can do to prepare and handle an earthquake if it ever happens here. At the end, you’ll get your very own Disney Pillowcase to decorate and keep with all your supplies!

  36. The Pillowcase Project So what is the Pillowcase Project? Let me tell you a story about how it all started…..

  37. History of the Pillowcase Project

  38. Learn, Practice, Share!

  39. Learn, Practice, Share Who here plays a sport or an instrument? When you started, did someone first teach you a skill so you could learn your sport or instrument?

  40. Learn, Practice, Share Right! That’s an important first step for any new skill. Then, you practiced your sport or instrument a lot so you could learn it better and get better at it, right?

  41. Learn, Practice, Share Practice does make perfect, that’s for sure. So once you got pretty good at your instrument or sport, did you ever share it with someone? You probably had a family member or friend come watch you play in a game or at a rehearsal? Maybe you even taught a friend or a younger sibling how to shoot a basketball or play drums?

  42. Learn, Practice, Share Good for you! So learning about preparing for and handling emergencies is kind of the same. Today, we’re going to learn, practice, and then talk about how to share what we learned and practiced so you can help prepare other people too! Sound good?

  43. Hilary: Learn, Practice, Share

  44. How does an earthquake happen? Santa Ana, CA

  45. The Pillowcase Project So today, as I mentioned before, we are going to learn about earthquakes. As you can see on this map, California is at risk for earthquakes. You’ve probably even heard about them on the news, right?