Fire Safety Worksheets To Print:
- Not that you'll have time to read this when you need it, but see
it enough to form good habits.
Dos and Dont's
- Fill out the table below with as many things as you can think of. This will help you compile a list of things that should and not take place in your classroom and school.
- Beef up or Smoke out those vocabulary words. Once you do that, use them to complete a series of sentences.
What to do When You See Flames - What is the most important thing to do in a fire?
Fill in the missing letters. Then read Freddie the Fireman's very important message!
Be a Fireman's Helper!
- Firemen save lives. If there is a fire they do everything they
can to save lives and property, in that order. They also teach people
how to prevent fires.
Get Out Alive! -
A great poster for your room. This reviews all of the techniques that we have explored. What to do and when.
Fire Safety Plan -
This is for student's and even teacher's homes. It is a good idea to identify potential areas where a blaze may start up and where to go, if it does.
Three Magic Words
- Say the words with me, STOP-DROP-ROLL! We will explain what this means and get students familar with it.
- Smoke detectors save lives. 60% of house fire deaths occur in
homes without smoke detectors. Remember to replace your batteries regularly.
House - What are some things that you can do around the house
to reduce the risk of a house fire?
Stop, Drop and Roll
- Draw a picture of how to stop, drop and roll. Then discuss why
this is so important.
GET LOW and GO!
- Draw a person into the picture to demonstrate the meaning of the
phrase, GET LOW and GO!
My Escape Plan
- Draw a floor plan of your house. Show two escape routes that you
can use in case of a fire.