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Fire Safety

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Fire Safety Lesson Plans and Thematic Units

 icon Fire Service Campaign Toolkit
Everything you need this FPW is right here!
Source: http://www.nfpa.org

 icon Fun Ways to Learn About Fire Safety
Here are some fun things you can do to help you learn important lessons about fire safety!
Source: http://www.fireavenger.com

 icon Fire Safety Lesson Plan
Identify the difference between good fire and bad fire. Act appropriately in a situation in which they see good and bad fire. State basic fire safety rules.
Source: http://symbols.gov/nfpm

 icon Mobilize For Fire Safety
Identify key safety messages for installing and testing smoke alarms Listed by qualified testing laboratories; practicing home escape plans; and hunting for home hazards.
Source: http://www.nfpa.org

 icon Science Process Skills-What Does Fire Need?
By watching fire experiments, the children's curiosity and observation skills are challenged.
Source: http://www.ghbooks.com

 icon Fire Prevention Week Lesson Plans for Teachers
The National Fire Protection Association's public education division has developed the following lesson plan on cooking, heating, and electrical fire safety, which is designed for children in kindergarten through grade eight. Lesson "extensions" for specific grades are included at the end of the lesson plan.
Source: http://www.gov.on.ca

 icon Fire Safety: Activities to Spark Learning!
Resources to create lesson plans on fire safety.
Source: http://www.education-world.com

 icon Fire Prevention Curriculum
The overall goal of this curriculum is that students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to use fires safe practices as adults.
Source: http://www.wa.gov

 icon Home Fire Safety Checklist
The home fire safety checklist plays the lead role in FPW 2002, motivating everyone to step up to the plate, and to proactively seek out and eliminate potential cooking, heating, and electrical hazards from their homes.
Source: http://www.gov.on.ca

 icon Stop, Drop, and Roll
This lesson teaches children to understand the objects and heat sources that can set their clothes on fire. Children learn the best defense to extinguish clothing fires and the correct way by using the STOP, DROP AND ROLL method.
Source: http://www.kiddesafety.com

 icon Exit Drill In The Home
This lesson teaches children to identify escape routes in a home.
Source: http://www.kiddesafety.com

Free Fire Safety Printouts

 icon Fire Safety Coloring Pages
8 pictures to print out and color.
Source: http://www.fireavenger.com

 icon Fire Safety Coloring Book
26 pages including firefighters and equipment.
Source: http://www.preschoolcoloringbook.com