Fire Safety Resource Center
Prepare your students to think clearly in a fire emergency!
- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8
Safety Practice in the Classroom
Talk about fire safety with your students with Smokey Bear, Sparky the Fire Dog, and the Sesame Street muppets' assistance.
Students practice fire safety measures, such as stop, drop, and roll, and develop gross motor and listening skills in the process.
Activities for Young Students
What happens when the fire alarm rings? Early readers find out by reading along as a firefighter narrates this illustrated read-aloud book.
Young students can practice deciding whether objects are safe to touch or too hot in this fun online sorting game.
Teach students how to stop, drop, and roll in case of a fire with these fun cards featuring Clifford the Big Red Dog.
Teach your students about fire safety using the book Clifford the Firehouse Dog in your lesson. Kids make their own Clifford books too!
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.
Show your students this fun and friendly issue of Clifford's magazine to teach them what is safe and what is not safe to touch when it comes to fire safety.
Use this lesson to teach students about fire safety and fire prevention through reading, writing, and brainstorming sessions.