October is Fire Safety month and these are the perfect activities to help your kindergarten and first grade students learn to be safe. These fire safety activities consist of a pocketchart activity that students sort statements with teacher assistance into what they should and should not do. Perfect for whole group or small group activity. In a follow up activity students create their own fire fighter response sticks and then use them to answer oral yes/no questions about what should be done in case of a fire situation.
Students make their Fireman Response Sticks by gluing the smiling fire fighter to one side of a wide craft stick and the frowning fire fighter to the other side. The teacher reads statements from the Teacher's Fire Safety Statement Chart and the students respond by holding up either a smiling or frowning fireman. The teacher can quickly tell who has the concept of fire safety. The matching pocketchart statements from the previous activity can be used to discuss the answers and sort into the pocketchart. Afterwards, they can be reviewed, removed, mixed up and sorted again.
Student Blackline Fireman Response Stick
Color Teacher Fire Safety Statement Chart (10 statements)
Color Fire Safety Pocketchart Sorting Activity
10 Fire Safety Pocketchart Statements
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