Along with TV and poster adverts, packs are being sent to schools to show young people how to use fireworks safely.
Half of those hurt last year were under 16 even though it's illegal for shops to sell fireworks to people under 18. Experts say if people followed safety rules, most of the injuries wouldn't have happened.
But as 5 November gets nearer, some are saying that the usual celebrations should be cancelled because of the 11 September US terrorist attacks.
There are worries that letting off fireworks would be insensitive and frightening to some.