If something happens to your home in a disaster, your family may end up needing a tent for more than just a weekend of fun. Sadly, other activities, such as piano lessons or soccer practice, leave little time to teach your children about surviving in case of a disaster.

Learning things like starting a fire, boiling water, and conserving energy are what kids need to know to be able to stay fed and survive. Learning how to use matches or a lighter properly to start a fire is one of the most important survival skills, and it can be used for both warmth and preparing food.

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