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Fire Safety Resources!

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Find fun and engaging activities to teach kids about fire safety.  It is important children know basic precautions when dealing with fire prevention!

1.  Be sure all smoke detectors are tested and have batteries.
2.  If there is a fire, do not stay inside.  Find the nearest exit or window to safely get outside.
3.  Let an adult handle matches, lighters, stoves, or other electrical appliances.
4.  If your clothes are on fire, do not move.  Stop, drop, and roll.
5.  If you have to escape a fire, stay low to the floor and crawl.
6.  When you see a fire, call 911.

I have created a writing activity for exploring ideas for fire safety and prevention.  Find out more in my store.
Below are great resources and ideas for fire safety week! Be sure to click on the pins or the description to visit the fabulous teacher-created resources! If you are pinning, please be sure to pin from the original creator by clicking the link to their website:)
Use sticky notes for a quick survey to access background knowledge from First Grade Garden.
Visit the National Fire Prevention Association Website to find information on potential fire hazards and how to prevent them.

Label the Firefighter from Adventures in Kindergarten.
Stop, Drop, and Roll Math Game from Lory’s Page
This is a very fun and engaging activity from Corkboard Connections.  The Fire Safety Talk Show where students are invited to engage with one another about what they would do in the event of a fire or fire hazard.

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