United States, a child is poisoned every 30 seconds. Elementary age
children need to know how to identify poisons and respond to poison
emergencies. The Poison Adventure program was created especially for
elementary age children using exciting games and a humorous video to teach
these important lessons.
the links below to access the Poison Adventure program materials
online*. If you have questions about poison prevention or need local poison
prevention materials contact your poison centerís education coordinator by
20-minute, live-action movie:
Poison Adventure Games:
Three levels of engaging computer games and activity worksheets. [In
English and Spanish]
You can do it!
Poison Pairs: Match the poisons to reveal the hidden picture
and a special message.
Out of Sight! Clean up the rooms by finding the poisons and
putting them in a safe place.
the Safe Path:
Help Amy through the maze of poisons to find her dog!
A Coloring Page! Color things found in a kitchen!
Connect the dots to reveal the hidden poison!
So you think you know your poisons?!
Catch the spiders carrying things that are safe and bounce the spiders carrying things that are not.
Curse of Poison Island:
Answer questions about poisons and reach the treasure first.
Spell out the names of poisons and answer the bonus question to cross the
in Momís Purse?
Circle things from Momís purse that could be poison!
Search for poison words in this word search!
Find all the poisons hidden in the picture!
Brain Power Required!
Advance through the levels by catching spiders carrying things that are safe
and bouncing spiders carrying things that are not.
Unscramble the letters to spell the name of a poison.
Match the poison to its definition.
Put the letters in the right order to see a list of poisons!
do you do?
Put the steps in order to handle the poisoning emergency.
Complete the crossword puzzle to reveal a warning!
Poison Adventure materials are copyrighted by the Central Texas Poison
Center and may be used, without edits/modifications, for poison prevention