Thursday, October 9, 2014

Fire Prevention Week

Fire Hydrant
 Template found at: Preschoolcoloringbook.com

Stop, Drop, and Roll!!
Talk to the students about the importance of knowing how to Stop, Drop, and Roll in case their clothes were to catch fire.  Help youngsters understand that it is important not to run because it will make the fire spread.  Show youngsters how to stop, lie on the ground, and roll back and forth.

Pop-Up Neighborhood: Fire Stations
Created by: Education.com

 Dress Up Fireman
created by: DLTK

FireFighters Friend

 Idea from: The Mailbox
(subscription needed)

Materials for one headband:
red construction paper (hat template found at The Mailbox)
yellow construction paper (badge template for at The Mailbox)
9"x12" sheet of white paper
large, black circles (I used a circle punch)
3"x24" white construction paper strip
scissors, glue and tape

To make two ears, trace your shoes on a sheet of white paper. Cut out the tracings.
Glue black circles**
Cut out the hat and badge. Glue the badge to the hat.
Blue the hat and ears to the strips.
Size the strip to fit your head and tape the ends in place.

**another option is using black paint or stamp pad to make fingerprints on the white ears.

In an Emergency
tune: If You're Happy and You Know It
If there's an Emergency, dial Nine-One-One
If there's an Emergency, dial 911
If you need help in a hurry,
Please don't panic and don't worry.
If there's and Emergency, dial 911.

Brave Firefighters
tune: The Itsy-Bitsy Spider
The brave firefighters
pakup a great big hose.
They hop on a fire truck
and then away they go.
They put out the fire
with a great big water spray.
Then they go home feeling proud
of their very busy day!

I'm a Firefighter
tune: I'm a Little Teapot
I'm a firefighter, my name is John.
I put my boots and helmet on.
I hurry to the fire and give a shout,
with a burst of water,
the fire is out!!

Fire Safety Video

Fire Truck by Ivan Ulz

Fire Truck Tot-Pack

Pre-K Fire Safety Pack

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