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As low as $0.39 each!

Kids love to apply stickers to notebooks, book bags and lunch boxes. This fun yet informative sheet features 10 stickers with easy-to-remember safety tips, plus your own personalization.

  • 5 Stars

 
Sale • As low as $0.39 each!

Educate children and adults about what to do in a variety of emergencies * Twelve pages focus on teaching young children how and when to phone 911 * Four-page parents' section covers emergency preparation, prevention and action, including information about first aid and choking rescue * For grades K-2.

  • 5 Stars

 
As low as $1.59 each!

Prepare kids for critical situations and show you care by handing out this varied kit. Includes * 1 What To Do In An Emergency: A Kid's Guide To Fast Action Pocket Pal, which provides first-aid actions to take until adults or medical professionals arrive * 1 Blue Zip Purse * 3 Crayon Design Bandages * 1 Antiseptic Towelette * 1 Antibiotic Ointment * 1 EMS Helping People One Life At A Time tattoo.

 
Sale • As low as $2.99 each!

Four-gifts-in-one 27-ounce water bottle features our Dial 9-1-1 In An Emergency message on front; tips for dialing 9-1-1 on back. Comes pre-packaged and ready for distribution with our heat-sensitive pencil with tips and non-toxic temporary tattoo, both with our Dial 9-1-1 message, and Smarties® Practice Safety First treat bag.

 
Sale • As low as $0.39 each!

When there's an emergency, whom do you call? 9-1-1, of course. This popular book instructs children about when to call and what to say, whether at home or away. It advises children to call 9-1-1 if someone is badly injured, choking, drowning or poisoned or if there is a fire. Fun activities reinforce the messages. For grades 2-3. In both English and Spanish. Personalization not available in quantities 25-99

 
As low as $16.99 per pack!

Pencil sharpener comes with our Dial 9-1-1 In An Emergency theme. Features a translucent red case with white flip-top lid that opens to reveal dual sharpener slots-one for standard pencils, one for wider ones or crayons. Stainless steel blades. Top removes to empty shavings.

  • 4 Stars

 
Sale • As low as $1.29 each!

Supply yourself with products that teach kids when to dial the 911 emergency number. Economical pack includes our Telephone For Help: Call 911 In An Emergency Educational Activities Book, My 911 Buddies Stickers, Dial 911 In An Emergency Laminated Ruler and Dial 911 In An Emergency Temporary Tattoo. You'll save 25% off of our regular individual prices.

 
As low as $5.99 per pack!

Ruler clearly tells kids when and how to dial 9-1-1 and what to tell the operator. Reminds them to trust fire fighters, EMS workers and law enforcement.

 
As low as $7.90 per pack!

Red double-sided silicone wristband features a debossed message that reads I Can Dial 9-1-1 on the outside and I know What To Do In An Emergency printed on the inside. Wristbands are lead-free, PVC-free and latex free. FDA compliant. Accompanying I Can Dial 9-1-1 card explains when, why and how to call for emergency assistance. Comes polybagged.

  • 5 Stars

 
Sale • As low as $0.39 each!

When there's an emergency, whom do you call? 9-1-1, of course. This popular book instructs children about when to call and what to say, whether at home or away. It advises children to call 9-1-1 if someone is badly injured, choking, drowning or poisoned, or if there is a fire. Fun activities reinforce the messages. Grades 2-3.

  • 5 Stars

 
Sale • As low as $8.99 per pack!

Temporary tattoos are a fun giveaway at schools and open houses. Non-toxic and easy to wash off

 
As low as $13.99 per pack!

Stickers make great handouts at community events. Dial 911 reminds children of the emergency phone number. Stickers measure 2" diameter.

 
Sale • As low as $0.99 each!

Includes: * What To Do In An Emergency Parent-Child Activities Book * I'm A Safety Star Self-Stick Ribbon * Non-Toxic Crayons * Junior Police Officer Temporary Tattoo

 
As low as $1.59 each!

Prepare kids for critical situations and show you care by handing out this varied kit. Includes * 1 What To Do In An Emergency: A Kid's Guide To Fast Action Pocket Pal, which provides first-aid actions to take until adults or medical professionals arrive * 1 Blue Zip Purse * 3 Crayon Design Bandages * 1 Antiseptic Towelette * 1 Antibiotic Ointment * 1 EMS Helping People One Life At A Time tattoo.

 
As low as $0.28 each!

Handy carry-along guide provides children with first-aid actions to take until adults or professionals arrive. Covers the first steps to take in an emergency and what to do in case of: * Burns * Cuts and Scrapes * Insect Stings * Nosebleeds * Poisoning * Sprains and Strains * Choking. Includes space to write in emergency numbers. Personalization not available in quantities 25-249

  • 5 Stars

 
As low as $0.31 each!

Remind youngsters to dial 9-1-1 during an emergency. Bright bookmark illustrates three scenarios for calling: For ambulance - To report a crime - To report a fire. Hand out to every student during classroom presentations.

  • 5 Stars

 
As low as $9.29 per pack!

Heat-sensitive pencil lightens color when held. Pencil features 9-1-1 message on front, tips on when and how to call 9-1-1 on back.

 
Sale • As low as $1.99 each!

Kids can insert this clear pouch with colored zipper and binder edge into any ring binder to organize supplies. Set includes 5 popular giveaways kids will love: * Pencil Pouch * Heat-Sensitive Pencil with Safety Tips * Laminated Ruler * Pencil Sharpener, all with our Dial 9-1-1 In An Emergency reminder. You'll save 10% off regular individual prices.

  • 5 Stars

 
As low as $0.14 each!

Cherry lollipops are a fun way to remind everyone to use the 9-1-1 number during emergencies. Place your imprint on the stick.

 
As low as $0.45 each!

Placed right on the fridge, this magnet provides valuable information about calling 911 in a pressured situation and providing essential information. Add your imprint.

 
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