• Felicia Mollohan

Fire Safety Resources

Teaching fire safety to our children is so important. They need to learn about smoke detectors, fire alarms, having an escape plan, what to do if there's a fire, etc. in order to be safe. So I have put together this list of resources for you to go through to find information and materials to use with your children.

* Call your local fire department and ask for a tour. Children are curious about fire fighters and what they do. Take advantage of that and take them to the fire department to learn from a real fire fighter.

* sparky.org - This website has some great resources! There are parent resources & teaching lessons to use. There are materials to print, lessons to teach, games to play, and apps to download.

* safekids.org - This has a smoke detector checklist to print along with a lot of other resources to use.

* fema.gov - Fema has a downloadable activity book along with some other printable brochures.

* redcross.org - The Red Cross has some resources to print out on their website, including a home escape planning sheet and candle safety facts.

* Fire Safety Timeline

* Fire Prevention Week Resources

* Home Fire Safety Information

* Family Fire Extinguisher Safety

As we continue to find more resources for you, we'll add them.

We have even put together a Pinterest board on our Pinterest page because there are so many great ideas on there. Come and follow us at Homeschool 4 Life on Pinterest!

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