Safety tips for kids can be found on websites such as McGruff.org, and government sites maintained by the FBI and Kids.gov. Each of these sites also offer games that help teach children about safety.
McGruff.org offers several categories of tips such as school, online and home safety. The site also offers tips specific to girls, and tips for each season of the year. Games such as Safety Gate are offered to help children learn and implement the tips that are offered. Information on the site is presented through McGruff the Crime Dog, who was introduced in 1980 to offer safety advice to both children and adults.
The FBI offers tips for children regarding issues such as online safety, what a child should do when separated from his parents and how to respond upon finding a gun. The FBI also offers specific tips for situations such as a stranger's request to get in his car.
Kids.gov offers tips for kids such as how and where to walk safely, how to properly operate a bicycle and the importance of avoiding alcohol. They also offer games such as Friend Finder to teach online safety, and Disaster Master to teach safety in situations such as fires or earthquakes.