Child Safety Awareness Month

May 25 is National Missing Children's Day. It's a reminder for all parents, guardians, teachers and other role models to make child safety a priority.

In recognition of National Missing Children's Day, The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is asking everyone to "Take 25."

Take 25 is program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, Take 25 aims to heighten awareness of children's personal safety issues. With a focus on prevention, the campaign encourages parents, guardians, and other role models to spend time talking to kids to teach them ways to be safer.

During a Take 25 event, you will have the opportunity to support NCMEC's efforts and gain the valuable information needed to better protect your children. At the event you can learn the latest on internet safety and other issues related to child safety. Plus, pick up tip sheets and resources that you can take home and share with your family.

Click here to find a Take 25 event near you.

While you're at it, check these out:

25 ways to make kids safer
Conversation Starters (pdf)
Discussion Guidelines
Activity Ideas