Fire Safety Activities Fire Truck Craft + Fire Safety Posters

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PreK - 2nd
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I truly think that teaching some simple fire safety rules is one of the most important life skills that we can share with our students.

With that in mind, I designed this quick, easy and fun fire truck “slider” craftivity, which goes over some of the most important ones.

Teacher Comments:

  • "Kids had so much fun with this.
  • "Super cute and fun for the students."
  • "Awesome!" “Kids loved this!
  • "A great learning tool for the kids."
  • "This was perfect for my fire safety lesson with my 1st/2nd graders. It led to really great discussions!"

So that you can quickly and easily make a sample to share, I’ve included templates in full color.

There are also 2 black and white “slider” options for your kiddos.

One without words for little ones, the other with a few words for students who are learning to read.

Children color the graphics, cut and glue their slider together, then slip it through the pre-cut slits on their fire truck.

Trucks can be run off on white paper so that children can color them, or to expedite things, run off on red and yellow construction paper and have students add some accent colors with crayons.

There’s also a set of 5 colorful posters to help explain the rules, which can later be used for a bulletin board or wall display.

I’ve also included a letter home to parents, should you want to have your students make and share their fire escape plan. (Why teach rules, when there’s no follow through at home?)

Teacher Comments:

  • "This was a perfect activity to engage my students in fire safety. It provided many skill enhancing activities. My Kinders loved putting the activities together. Thanks for helping teachers and students."
  • "We did this on the last day of our fire safety unit. This was a great craft to help review what we talked about all week. I loved this. Students were happy to show their parents and it helped them remember all about the things we learned."

I’m Diane from Teach With Me, wishing you an “ed-venture”-filled and very happy Fire Safety Month.

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