Fun Fire Safety Vocabulary Building Activities: Mini Booklet, Games, Worksheets

Fun Fire Safety Vocabulary Building Activities: Mini Booklet, Games, Worksheets
Fun Fire Safety Vocabulary Building Activities: Mini Booklet, Games, Worksheets
Fun Fire Safety Vocabulary Building Activities: Mini Booklet, Games, Worksheets
Fun Fire Safety Vocabulary Building Activities: Mini Booklet, Games, Worksheets
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Studying fire safety provides a real opportunity to build important vocabulary.

Words like fire drill, smoke detector, hydrant, and fire extinguisher may all be common for us, but they are brand new for most young children.

With that in mind I’ve designed this fun word work packet so that it’s appropriate for preschoolers through 2nd grade.

This diversity will also help you differentiate lessons for those who are struggling, those who are right where they should be, as well as having the ability to challenge others who are ready to advance.

You can use the pocket chart-size word cards in a pocket chart, or attach magnets and use them on your white board. You can also attach Velcro dots and use them on a flannel board.

Later, reinforce the vocabulary by using them as flashcards, then adding them to a “fire safety” word wall. I’ve included a “header” poster for this.

For an independent center, make an extra set and cut the cards in half to make puzzles.

I’ve also made a template where the cards are grouped into 3 columns of word cards.
Print, laminate and trim. Toss them in a fire hat or other container and have your students pick X number of cards, which they can alphabetize on the ABC worksheet, or use to make sentences, using the “I can write sentences!” worksheet.

Students can also sort these mini word cards on the “Syllable Sorting” mat.

There’s a matching bookmark of the words, which children can keep in their writing journals.

Another way to practice vocabulary is choose whatever words are appropriate for your kiddos, write them on the board, and have them copy them into their “fire safety vocabulary booklet”, which fits in wonderfully for “Daily 5 word work” or your writing block. (There are 4 cover options).

Use the 24-colorful picture cards for Memory Match or “I Have; Who Has?” games.
Younger children can match picture to picture, while older children can match a picture card to a word card.

The packet also includes a “My Itty Bitty Word Booklet” as another fun way to build vocabulary.
Children color the pictures, trace & write the words, then cut and collate the squares into a just-the-right-size booklet.

There are 2 word finds, along with an “ABC Me” worksheet for more practice.

I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your students will have fun building their vocabularies with a fire safety theme.

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