Friday, September 26, 2014

Fire Prevention Week Free Resources and Activities

Fire Prevention Week is always the first or second week in October. Even though most students who are in Kindergarten and 1st Grade do many activities during that week, I truly believe that is equally as important for all students to spend time talking about Fire Safety and Prevention. Just this last summer we were celebrating the 4th of July with our family. Children were in the street lighting fireworks and one kid lit a firecracker while holding it in his hand and got burned. Most of the kids were 8-11 years old. It's also the time of the year when it gets colder and people are having fires in their fireplaces. Inevitably there was always news stories about house fires that started in fireplaces. So I have put together some great resources to check out for Fire Prevention Week. I hope you will check them out. There are lots of activities for K-4.

There are many great videos that I found on YouTube like the one below that I liked. 

If you are looking for some great books for your Shared Reading Time just click on the image below.
You can find free activities  at Fire Safe Kids by clicking on the image below. 
How about a Jeopardy Game for your students? Just click on the image below:
Of course there are great free activities from Sparky the Fire Dog. There are videos, checklists, activities and great information. Just click on Sparky below.

There are always great activities at Scholastic. There are lessons for Grades 1-2 which you can access by clicking on the picture below.
I just uploaded my new "Fire Prevention, Safety, and Firefighters Unit". It is jammed packed with Reading and Writing Activities plus Poetry and Poetry Writing and much more. All materials and activities and materials are differentiated at the 2nd and 3rd grade levels. Students will learn about Firefighters, Fire Safety Facts, Safe and Unsafe Activities, and many other activities including Poetry and Writing Prompts. You can see sample pages of all the differentiated reading and writing activities and other materials in this packet when you download the Preview file. Just click on the image below.

Have you checked out all my new Pinterest boards. Just click HERE. Hope you will follow.
Here are a few you might like:
Thanks for all you do to make a difference for your students. 


  1. These activities look great! I'm doing fire safety next week - I'd be in big trouble if I didn't do it being a FF wife, huh? lol!

  2. Thanks so much for sharing these great resources, Arlene!

  3. I agree with you. Older students should talk about fire prevention. They are the ones who are left alone more often. Thank you.