Fire, Fire! Your pants are on fire!
What would you do if your pants were really on fire? If your house caught on fire and you were trapped inside, how would you escape? This site provides helpful safety tips for children and
Get ready to have a rolling good time with fire safety!!
you want to learn more about firetrucks,
or want to
take the fire drill
challenge visit Sparky the Fire Dog Website.
you know how many fires are started by
children each year? Visit
the USFA's Kid Page for
|In the case of an emergency, do
you know how call 911? Your friendly fire
pal show you how. Practice dialing 911
with you friendly fire pal. Remember you only call 911
when there is an emergency, like a fire,
or if someone is hurt or seriously ill and needs medical attention.
|What do you do
if your house catches on fire? The Kidsafe website
teaches children what to do if they are awake
and notice a fire, or if they are awaken by a fire.
should be equipped with smoke detectors.
dectors help families survive alive.
Recharge your memory on fire safety by
reviewing the home fire safety checklist
on this site.
|If your clothes
are on fire,
what should you do? Captain
Kidde knows the answer! Practice how to stop,
drop, and roll
with Captain Kidde on his website.
fire safety will be fun with Elmo's
Fire Safety Game. Have fun dressing Elmo like a firefighter on this site. If you would like
information on fire- fighting apparatus, please use visit
this online encyclopedia.
lighters and lighters can make fire
really fast, but they are not toys. What
should you do if you find matches or lighters? The website Fire Avengers provides fire safety tips on how to be "cool" and stay
away from matches and lighters. Become a Fire
|If you are
camping and decide to build a campfire,
how would you put the fire out? Smokey Bear
has the answers, and he can not wait to tell you! Enjoy playing the put
out the fire game
on this website.
||Do you have an
home escape plan to use in case of a fire
or other emergencies. Play the great
escape game and help fire lobster stay alive in the
case of a fire.
Roll, Roll, Roll
"Happy Birthday to you!" "Happy Birthday to you!" "Happy Birthday, dear (student's name)!" Happy Birthday to you!" You have finally reached your fifth birthday, and everyone has just sang, "Happy Birthday to you!" You lean over the candles on your cake to blow out your five candles, and your shirt catches on fire! Do you remember what to you do? To prevent the fire from spreading and to reduce the risk of a severe burn, you need to perform the stop, drop, and roll procedure. And to prove that you are a fire safety expert, take the fire safety quiz on the fire pal website and you will receive a Life Safety Award. And now that you have survived your first birthday, get ready for kindergarten by constructing a fire escape plan for your bedroom.