Fire Safety Resource Center
Teach valuable lessons about fire hazards, fire safety, and fire prevention using these standards-based lessons and helpful articles.
- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8
What happens when the fire alarm rings? Early readers find out by reading along as a firefighter narrates this illustrated read-aloud book.
Lesson Plans and Activities
Talk about fire safety with your students with Smokey Bear, Sparky the Fire Dog, and the Sesame Street muppets' assistance.
Use this lesson to teach about fire safety, using the book Clifford the Firehouse Dog in your lesson plan. Kids make their own Clifford books too!
Introduces a lesson on fire safety involving a field trip to the fire station where students take digital photos and use them to compose a book.
Use this lesson to help you teach about fire safety and fire prevention through reading, writing, and brain storming sessions.
Children become familiar with firefighters and their equipment while developing observational and social skills.
Students practice fire safety measures, such as stop, drop, and roll, to further develop gross motor and listening skills in the process.
These activities familiarize kids with safety procedures, giving them hands-on practice thinking through problems and creating solutions.
Teach students how to stop, drop, and roll in case of a fire with these fun cards featuring Clifford the Big Red Dog.
Scholastic Kids Press Corps shares basic fire prevention and safety rules from the Denver Firefighters Museum, which houses one of America's oldest original fire stations.