*note read this post before doing this activity*
Requirement 7d state: Be sure you know where to get help in your neighborhood.
Requirement 7e states: Learn the phone numbers to use in an emergency and post them by each phone in your home.
For this activity I made a sheet that they can write down phone numbers on. One side had phone numbers for emergencies (7e) the other side had phone numbers and addresses for neighbors (7d).
I put a crease down the center of the form (lining the forms up) and had the kids glue them together and then cut them out. You can do this, but If I did it again I would cut each one out separately for them (boys do not know how to cut straight or that the pretty colors should be a border). I would have a card stock cut in half for them to glue it to. I also brought the local phone book to show them how to look up emergency numbers (right in the front on the blue pages). I also explained that 911 is an emergency number, but there may be times to call police or fire departments that aren't emergencies so we needed those numbers as well.
NOTE - When it prints it is a solid line for the numbers although it looks like there are spaces.