Fire Prevention Week was established for The Great Chicago Fire that happened in 1871. This fire caused a lot of damage and loss. More than 250 people lost their lives. It left 100,000 homeless, destroyed more than 17,400 structures and burned over 2,000 acres. The fire began on October 8 and did most of its damage on October 9. We need to teach our children about Fire Safety, to prevent fires and devastation happening. Even the smallest fire can turn into a bigger disaster, causing major damage. Check out these Fire Safety Activities for Kids!
Fire Safety Activities for Kids
I am sure you will enjoy these Fire Safety and Prevention Activities for Kids.
These free Fire Fighter Kindergarten Worksheets printables are great for Pre-K to Kindergarten. It includes fine motor pre-writing activities, beginning letter sounds, patterns and much more.
This cute Handprint Fire Camp activity lets your child create their own camp fire art work using their hand and paint.
Let your child rescue and put out a fire while playing this Fire Rescue Board Game. It gives them the chance to feel like a hero, while playing a game.
Fire Fighter Coloring Pages can be a fun activity for your kids. They can color their fire fighter how ever they want.
A Fire Safety Scavenger Hunt can be such a fun thing for the kids to do. They can find different things that have to do with Fire Safety, while learning about it as well.
This Fire Safety Pack is great for kids ages 3-5. It includes matching, counting, patterns, tracing, cards, dot marker pages and more.
These Fire safety Printables come in two different packets. One packet is for 1st graders, which includes many different games, activities and more. The other is for preschoolers, which teaches them the basics of fire safety.
Talk about different types of Firefighters with these Disney Planes Fire & Rescue activities for kids.
Let your kids create their own Cardboard Fire Truck. Using a few tools such as tape, paint, construction paper, and of course a card board box, they can create a fire truck that looks awesome.
This Fire Safety Math packet helps your children learn all sorts of things. They can learn counting, numbers, fine motor skills, graphing, patterns and more.
These Tips for teaching Kids about Fire Safety are very good. It is hard to teach children and them understand the safety of fires. This list helps explain fire safety to your children, so they can truly understand.
Help your kids learn the ABC’s of Fire . Such as H stands for Hose and Helmet. This activity also helps children learn how to Stop, Drop and Roll.
Make a Fire Safety Plan with your kids. It is important for your children to know a plan to exit your home in case of a fire. Also it is important for the children to have a fire safety plan at school as well.
Using Red, Yellow and Black, let your kids create their own Abstract Fire Truck Art. It is a fun activity to help them learn how to make a fire truck.
Out of a cardboard box, your child can create their own Burning Building. If your little one wants to be a Firefighter when they grow up, they will enjoy this craft.
This Fire Safety Matching and Fine Motor helps your children learn to identify letters and develop fine motor skills. You will need a lot of clothes pins for this project!
This Free Fire Safety Poster is great for your home or classroom. It is great to have on a bulletin board or wall, because you don’t realize how often kids stop to look over things. It could come in handy.
Fire Safety Literacy packet comes with all sorts of goodies. It includes learning their syllables, beginning sounds, rhyming, concepts of prints, letter identification and more!
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Friday 17th of February 2017
Hello Kelli, I totally agree with you. We have to teach our children about dangerous things that can harm them. Fire safety is one of the major topics that we should discuss with our kids or teach them with the help of some activities. I am impressed by your blog. I will definitely share all these activities with my kids. Thanks for sharing such an informative blog.