A "miniature city" known as the Children's Safety Village teaches safety skills to prevent childhood accidents and injuries. This unique concept provides children with a realistic approach in recognizing safety hazards found in everyday life. The "city" includes miniature buildings with paved streets, sidewalks, a functioning traffic light, a railroad crossing, a fire safety house, and a water safety complex. Children learn how to practice safety through hands-on exercises, role-playing activities, and other participatory techniques. Studies prove that children who experience hand-on safety instructions have significantly fewer accidents.