Kid’s Corner

Kid’s Corner

Here you will find information and booklets to print for children in your household. Start teaching fire safety at a young age for maximum safety!

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Does your family have a safe place, a fire safety plan, or an emergency rescue plan?

No? Well, let’s fix that! Print these great tips and ideas out and ask your parents to help you keep your family safe.

Click each underlined link for a print out or click on the pictures that are below the link!

Make a Plan for your Family

Make a Plan as a Family Today

Making an Escape Plan

How to Make a Fire Escape Plan

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Fire Safety Checklist

Fire Safety Checklist

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Know What To Do

 Family Fire Planning

 

 

Create a Family Fire Meeting Place

Designate a Meeting Place

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Click this link to visit the Smokey the Bear Page for information and activities:

http://smokeybear.com

 Want some fire facts for teachers and families?

http://www.firefacts.org/

When the first day of spring arrives on March 20, many of us will turn our attention to that annual rite of passage–spring cleaning. As we decide which home cleaning projects to tackle in what order, let’s add fire safety to the checklist.

Take a few minutes to read through NFPA’s tips on taking care of your smoke alarms, tips sheet on 9-volt battery safety and theclothes dryer safety tips sheet. Have Sparky the Fire Dog® get the kids involved with the “Cool to do”  Spring Safety Hunt activity.

 

safetysheet dog

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 Sign up today for a newsletter for your children:

http://www.nfpa.org/safety-information/for-public-educators/safety-source-newsletter