100% of the profits from this packet will be donated directly to the Lieutenant Walsh - Firefighter Kennedy Memorial Fund. This fund was set up to help the families of the Boston firefighters who died in the line of duty on March 26, 2014.
Teaching fire safety isn't only important in the younger grades! Upper elementary students also need to learn how they can help prevent fires, and what to do in the event a fire does occur. This packet will help students learn important fire safety information, while also working on critical reading and literacy skills.
•All About Fire: Reading Passage with Comprehension Questions
•Firefighting Gear: Reading Passage with Comprehension Questions
•Fire Safety In The Home: Reading Passage with Comprehension Questions
•Fire Safety In The Kitchen: Reading Passage with Comprehension Questions
•Fire Safety: What to Do If There's a Fire (Identifying Nouns and Verbs)
•Fire Safety: Make an Escape Plan (Steps for making an escape plan, along with a page to create a house map with escape routes)
•Fire Safety: Firefighter Character Traits
•Fire Safety Sentence Scramble: Create Your Own Sentences (Reviews Parts of Speech and Sentence Construction)
•Answer Keys for All Applicable Pages
Review reading and grammar skills while reinforcing potentially life-saving safety information.
© Blair Turner 2014
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