National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and Honeywell

KidSmartz Personal Safety Program

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and Honeywell teamed up to encourage abduction prevention education in America's elementary schools with KidSmartz™, a revamped personal safety program that offers free lesson plans and activities for kids in grades K-5.

"Having the KidSmartz program and the 'Safety Dance' in every classroom and every household can put us all in a much stronger position to prevent abduction." - Colleen Nick, whose 6-year old daughter, Morgan went missing in 1995.

KidSmartz Website
KidSmartz Website

The program relaunch included new creative branding, website kidsmartz.org, and the KidSmartz "Safety Dance" video - a fun and engaging tool for teaching KidSmartz's Four Rules of Personal Safety: Check First, Take a Friend, Tell People "No" and Tell a Trusted Adult.

KidSmartz Safety Dance
KidSmartz Safety Dance
KidSmartz Safety Dance
KidSmartz Safety Dance
KidSmartz Safety Dance
KidSmartz Safety Dance

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