Autumn Craft: Fire Dog with Hydrant Book
After studying a component of fire safety, students illustrate a page and cut out the hydrant page of the book. (Collect pages after each lesson. You might choose to use all or some of the pages of the book.) On the final day of the study, students create the dog and red hydrant craft. Staple all book pages from the study behind the craft for display.
Page 1: ears, head, hands
Page 2: hydrant cover
Pages 3-8: book pages:
Check the batteries on your fire alarm.
Don’t play with matches or lighters.
Don’t touch things that may be hot.
If you need help, get out and call 911.
Make a fire escape plan with your family.
If your clothes catch on fire, stop, drop, and roll!