FEMA has some great stuff I use every year. Unfortunately they don't seem to be giving out the cute fire safety activity books I usually order, but you can still download it and print the pages yourself HERE. There is some other cool stuff you can order though. There is a limit of 25 per person per year. I usually order the full 25, that way I don't have to order every year.
Here's the link https://apps.usfa.fema.gov/publications/
Here's what I ordered this year:
Is Your Home Fire Safe? Door Knob Hanger
kids.usa.gov has a lot of resources as well. I love this calendar they have. It gives links to different resources throughout the year .Calendar | Teachers | Kids.gov
I also found this really great PowerPoint presentation on first aid the other day that I plan on using with my kids in the coming weeks. It's long, so I will probably split it into 3 classes.
Scroll down and click where it says "Basic First Aid for Youth Presentation ages 8-10, then click "access digital presentations" it will be the second one on the list.
I used to order a ton of stuff from the Food Pyramid people, but I think almost any of their things now are digital. I printed out 5 of the sheets the other day and we went over them as a class. Here's the link: Parents & Educators | Choose MyPlate
Hope you can use some of these resources. Feel free to post any others you're willing to share :-)
ps... I ordered a bunch of cool stuff on clearance from Oriental Trading last week! I'll share when I get them!