Fire Safety Math and Literacy Worksheets Distance Learning

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Fire Safety Worksheets for Preschool is a no prep packet full of preschool centered fire safety themes and fire prevention tips and tools. It also includes a checklist to send home to parents of important fire safety topics as well as a printable to create a meeting place. Not only will the printabes reinforce important safety themed topics they also include literacy and math activities. This unit is perfect for the months of September and October. All of the printables are aligned with the early learning standards and encourage independence. This packet is great for centers, homework and homeschooling. There are lots of opportunities for differentiation within.

**This unit is included in: Preschool Math and Literacy Printables Bundle

Activities and Printables:

Fire Safety Checklist: Checklist for parents to discuss fire prevention and safety topics.

Fire Safety Meeting Place: Parents will help their child draw a meeting place in case of a fire.

Fire Safety Packet Cover: keep all of the papers together in a packet with this cover.

Hot and Cold Sort: cut and paste the pictures as hot to touch or cool.

Color by Fire Gear: color the pictures of items firefighters use.

Stop, Drop and Roll: cut and paste the three pictures in order.

Fire House Seek-N-Find: Seek and find all of the items that are important in the fire house.

Fire House Rescue: Help the firefighter find a safe path into the house to rescue the cat.

Firefighter Dress Up: Help the firefighter put on their gear.

Fire Safety Safe Choices: The boys and girls will determine if the kids are making safe or unsafe choices.

Fire Hose Trace: Trace the lines to put out the fire.

Cutting Lines: Cut the lines from the fire truck to the fire house.

Fire Truck Match Up (3): Cut and paste the uppercase letter by their match.

Fire Number Hydrants: Trace the numbers from 1-10.

Fire Dog Dot-to-Dot: Connect the numbers from 1-10.

Fire Safety Every Drop Counts: Count the total number of water drops and color the matching number.

Fire truck Roll and Color: Roll the dice, color the matching number.

Fire truck Roll and Color: Roll the dice, color the matching number of dots.

Fire Fighting Match Up: Cut and paste the number over the matching number of Flames.

I am a Firefighter: Reproducible vocabulary booklet.

Firehouse Puzzle: Cut and order the picture from 1-5.

Color by Shapes: Color the fire extinguishers by shapes.

Color by Shapes: Color the campfires by shapes.

Color by Numbers: Color the firefighter by numbers.

Flame Measure: Color how many flames tall each item is.

Fire Station Pattern: Complete the fire gear patterns.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
Correctly name shapes regardless of their orientations or overall size.
Describe measurable attributes of objects, such as length or weight. Describe several measurable attributes of a single object.
Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.


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