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Fire Safety Activities and Craft Booklet is a packet of activities to learn about fire prevention and safety. The activities are perfect for Fire Prevention Month in October for first and second grade students. The printables include firefighter information posters, a fire safety book, stop, drop, and roll craft booklet, vocabulary picture word cards, making sentences pocket chart activity, family fire escape plan, and more fun and engaging no-prep activities!
• Fire Safety KWL Chart - write what they know, want to learn, and have learned as students learn about fire safety.
• Learning About Fire Safety – write, illustrate, and share information about fire safety.
• How many words can you make from the letters in fire safety? - cut the letters out and use them to make words from the letters in “fire safety.” Write sentences for 6 of the words.
• Fire Safety Word Search – highlight the given fire safety words in the grid.
• A Fire Safety (acrostic) Poem - write phrases that describe fire safety and begin with each of the letters in “FIRE SAFETY.”
• Fire Prevention - Research information about fire prevention. Write 4 important facts about fire prevention.
• Fire Escape Plan – homework activity. Students make home fire escape maps and write about their family fire escape plans.
• A Fire Safety Book - complete a “A Fire Safety” book with the following pages: About Fire Safety, Vocabulary, Stop, Drop, and Roll, and What I Know.
• Fighting Fires – draw and make a list of firefighter tools and fire engine equipment.
• Fire Safety Poster – create a poster of fire safety rules by drawing and labeling to complete the poster.
• Fire Safety – write about fire safety (includes a word list).
• A Visit to the Fire Station - draw and write about a visit to the fire station.
• Firefighter Equipment and Clothing – firefighter equipment and clothing poster (color and black and white versions) and writing activity.
• Interview with a Firefighter - write a list of questions to ask a firefighter. Interview a firefighter on a visit to a fire station or ask questions of a firefighter who visits your classroom or school.
• Thank you, Firefighters! Letter – write a thank you letter to firefighters for all they do to help prevent and fight fires.
• Fire Safety Pictures, Word Cards, and Meaning Cards – picture cards with corresponding word and meaning cards. Use with fire safety activities.
• I can name the fire safety pictures. – Use the picture word cards to write the names of the fire safety pictures.
• I can write fire safety sentences. - Write sentences for six of the words that name the fire safety pictures.
• Fire Safety Word Bank – word bank of fire safety words and pictures for student use.
• Fire Safety Sentences – put the fire safety picture word cards in order to make and write sentences (includes 9 sentences).
• Stop, Drop, and Roll Craft Booklet – create a booklet showing and explaining the fire safety procedure of stop, drop, and roll.
• Fire Safety Writing Paper – fire safety themed writing paper for open-ended fire prevention and safety writing activities.
Includes graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J. Hook. www.djinkers.com. License #: 12169230375.
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