This TopicQuest was designed for Mrs. Joy's Pre-Kindergarten Class at the Valdosta Community Child Care Center
 by Greta Truitt, a Valdosta State University Preservice Teacher


Fires are very dangerous! Do you have the knowledge to get out of a fire safely? The sites below are fun, but they also teach you ways to keep yourself safe. Visit  them to play games and learn important lessons that could save your life.


The Safety Zone
Make a safety checklist, compete in an artist challenge, make an emergency escape plan, and if you have anymore question email Rover's gang!
Home Fire Survival

If you should wake up tonight to find your home on fire, how would you and your family escape?

In case of a fire...
A fire safety power point lesson for you and your family to watch together.
Sparky the Fire Dog

The Great Sparky wants you to learn about fire safety. There are alot of fun activities for yu to chose from. You can ask Sparky questions, play games, learn about fire trucks, or take a fun fire safety quiz!
Kids Safety Net
These clowns really know how to have fun and learn about fire safety. Check out there tips, games an music & videos.
Fire Safety Tips for Kids
Learn some fire safety tips from your friends "Buzzy" the fire detector, "Reddy" the fire Extinguisher and other pals!
Stop, Drop, and Roll!
Let Sparky show you how to STOP, DROP, ROLL, and COOL!  When you learn how to stop, drop, and roll you can make sure that all of your friends know how to as well!
Learn About Firetrucks!

Learn about firetrucks and everything that a firetruck can do to help save you from a fire!
Fire Extinguisher Safety
Learn about home fire safety from "Exty". He even talks.  Exty tells children about the dangers of fire and how to prevent fire from occuring in your home.
Arson the Fire Dog
Arson the Dog has puzzles, action pictures, fire trucks, quizzes, and fire lessons that he wants to share with you.

Scenario Mission
There are  many ways that fires occur. Fire can be very dangerous and we need to know how to react if an accident were to happen.  The most important thing to remember is to BE CAREFUL around fire and never play with matches or lighters. Only adults should use matches and lighters. Never stand too close to a fire place or candle. Your clothes could catch on fire. If this ever happens you want to be prepared. Show me what you would do if your clothes were to catch on fire, what do you need to do to put the fire out.
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Mission Steps

    1. Explore with your teacher a fire safety website.

    2. Look at picture of Sparky stopping, dropping, and rolling.

    3. Show me what you would do if your clothes were to catch on fire.

   4. Draw a picure of you stopping in the STOP box, draw a picture of you dropping in the DROP box, and draw a picture of you rolling in the ROLL box.

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