17 Items To Pack In Your Child’s Emergency Disaster Kit

Emergency Kit Checklist for Kids

Help your family build an emergency kit! Collect these items and keep them together in a safe place that you can find easily. Make sure you have enough supplies to last for at least three days. 

  1. 3-day supply of non-perishable food (dried fruit, canned tuna fish, peanut butter, etc.)
  2. Can opener
  3. First aid kit
  4. Sleeping bag or warm blanket for everyone in your family
  5. Change of clothes to last 3 days, including sturdy shoes; consider the weather where you live
  6. Matches in a waterproof container (let a grown up handle these)
  7. Toothbrush, toothpaste, soap
  8. Paper plates, plastic cups and utensils, paper towels
  9. Water – at least a gallon per child, per day
  10. Battery-powered or hand-cranked radio with extra batteries
  11. Flashlights with extra batteries
  12. Cell phone with charger, extra battery and solar charger
  13. Whistle to signal for help
  14. Local maps
  15. Baby supplies
  16. Your child’s favorite books, games or puzzles
  17. A favorite stuffed animal or blanket


Go on a quest with your family!

Practice a Saturday Without Power.

Create a scavenger hunt!

Make planning fun!

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2 thoughts on “17 Items To Pack In Your Child’s Emergency Disaster Kit

  1. Identification tags to wear on each person ,just incase family members become separated. Name,Parent names,address emergency phone number and address of a family member or friend,any medical information that is vital,name and address on all packs and cases.

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