Resources for Parents & Teachers

Ohio Energy Project

Created by teachers for teachers, OEP has been energizing classrooms with hands-on, interactive learning tools and programs since 1984. OEP energy education programs follow Ohio Department of Education requirements, making them the perfect teaching resource.

Safe Gas Ohio

The Ohio Gas Association presents this comprehensive resource to teach children about natural gas. Students will learn how to detect and properly respond to a gas leak.

Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI)

ESFI’s interactive Kids Corner makes learning about electrical safety fun with a variety of entertaining activities and videos that reinforce key safety concepts.

Propane Kids

The propane industry believes that good safety habits should be adopted at a young age, and that the more children and teens know about propane, the fewer preventable accidents will occur.

Project Energy Savers

These guides provide educators and parents with essential background information, practical lessons, and hands-on investigations for educating children about electricity and energy safety.


The Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program (OOGEEP) is a non-profit statewide education and public outreach program. Created in 1998, OOGEEP provides a variety of programs throughout the State of Ohio

The American Gas Association (AGA) created this video to help educate youth about the importance of natural gas safety in the home. The animated video, aimed at elementary and middle school aged children, explains which appliances use natural gas, how to identify a natural gas leak and what to do if a leak occurs. These key safety messages are not only critical to family and caregivers, but the next generation of utility customers.

Electricity can be dangerous, even deadly, when used the wrong way. Be sure to teach children how to stay safe around power lines and other equipment.