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These Fire Safety posters are a perfect resource to help your students learn about fire safety during Fire Prevention Week. This resource contains 1 black and white fFire Safety poster for your children to color and complete as well as 7 colored fire safety posters to be used for discussion during your study of fire safety. Print the black and white poster from your copier on regular size paper or enlarge and print on larger paper for a larger poster. Have children fill in the boxes with words or drawings depending on their skill level.
Posters focus on the following fire safety discussions:
- What to do to prevent fires.
- In an emergency what should you dial?
- If you catch on fire you should..
- If there's a fire you should...
- Stop, Drop & Roll
- Change the Batteries in Your Smoke Detector
- Practice Exit Drills In the Home
- Stay Low and Go!
- What to do when there is a fire drill
Click here for the coordinating Fire Safety Mini-book.
TEACHERS LIKE YOU SAID...
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Chenay L. said, "I loved the bright colors. Simple to read and not a lot of words which worked great for this age group. Thanks so much for the resource."
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Mikel B. said, "I sent these home with my students this week to discuss and plan a fire drill with their families, they are sending them back to me so that we can display them in the classroom. I can't wait to see what they all come up with."
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Molly C. said, "A great idea for fire safety week at my school. Can't wait to display my students' posters in the hall."
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