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Teach kids all about Fire Safety with these {free} printables, craft ideas, books and MORE!! Fire Safety Week is Oct 5-11, 2014.

Teach kids all about Fire Safety with these {free} printables, craft ideas, books and MORE!! Fire Safety Week is Oct 5-11, 2014.

Fire Prevention Week. Do you "Have 2 Ways Out"?     Everyone is encouraged to create a fire escape plan with 2 ways out and discuss it with the whole family.

Fire Prevention Week. Do you "Have 2 Ways Out"? Everyone is encouraged to create a fire escape plan with 2 ways out and discuss it with the whole family.

Fire alarm is necessary for you which safe you from several harms and also teach all the employee of the company what they have to do at the time of fire.

Fire alarm is necessary for you which safe you from several harms and also teach all the employee of the company what they have to do at the time of fire.

Fire Safety Worksheets for Kindergarten - Help your students learn about Fire…

Fire Safety Worksheets for Kindergarten

Fire safety and prevention for kindergarten and first grade - students make a flip book about using the phone, knowing the meeting place and stop, drop, roll.

Fire Prevention flip book

Fire safety and prevention for kindergarten and first grade - students make a flip book about using the phone, knowing the meeting place and stop, drop, roll.

This graphic organizer presents an "easy to remember" model for children to follow when encountering strangers.  The activity uses a stoplight design to illustrate the "no-go-yell-tell" stranger safety rules. Students read and complete sentences by referring to the picture below each sentence and then matching the color of the picture to the circle on the stoplight.

Stranger Safety: No - Go - Yell - Tell

This graphic organizer presents an "easy to remember" model for children to follow when encountering strangers. The activity uses a stoplight design to illustrate the "no-go-yell-tell" stranger safety rules. Students read and complete sentences by referring to the picture below each sentence and then matching the color of the picture to the circle on the stoplight.

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