Even though we may practice safe habits, sometimes a fire can break out due to an accident. Whenever there is a fire, it is very important not to panic. Instead, we should all know exactly what to do, and calmly but quickly follow the proper procedures. There are many things that we can actively do to prevent fires from happening in the first place, such as staying away from fire hazards that include candles and matches. With your family, you can also practice escaping through an emergency route and learn to stop, drop and roll. Let’s have a look at some helpful hints and resources on fire safety!
- Fire Hazards
Play a game and identify all the fire hazards in the bedroom and kitchen.
- Fire Safety Activities
Print a fire safety bookmark, an escape plan, or a home safety checklist.
- Set a Meeting Point
It is important to decide on a meeting point in advance, so that everyone knows were to go if there is a fire.
- Fire Truck Craft (PDF)
Download and print this template to make your very own paper fire truck!.
- Forest Fires
Learn what we can do to help stop wildfires in the forest.
- Ask a Firefighter
Ever wondered what firefighters do in their jobs? Find out by submitting a question to them!
- Firefighter Coloring Pages
Print and color some fun designs to learn more about fire safety and firefighters.
- Fire Safety Friends
See how smoke detectors, fire extinguishers and water can help keep us safe from fire.
- Emergency Fire Procedures
Review what you should do in case you’re ever caught in a fire!
- A Fire Escape Plan
Read all the steps that you should follow in case there is a fire at home.
- Fire Safety for Kids
Check out some fun fire safety songs, tips and crafts to help you remember how to stay safe.
- Learning About Fire Prevention
Learn some fire prevention songs and browse through more resources about fire safety.
- A Fire Safety Checklist
Use this list and check with an adult whether potential fire hazards in your home are safe and protected.
- Fire Safety Guidelines
Review some important rules about how to stay safe if a fire breaks out in a building.
- Calling 911
Read about how to call 911 and give the correct information to the emergency telephone operator.
- Fire Prevention, Preparation and Safety
Let’s look at some of the best tips about avoiding fires and escaping safely in case there is one.
- Stop, Drop and Roll
This simple procedure is an excellent way to save yourself if your clothes are on fire.
- Fire Safety Activity Sheets
Kids can download and print some fun activity sheets featuring Sparkles, the Fire Safety Dog!
- Blazer’s Smoke Alarms Game
Join Blazer the koala bear to learn about smoke alarms and how they help warn us about fires.
- Put Out the Fires!
Try your hand at being a virtual firefighter in this fast-paced game!
- Brigade Kids
Enter a virtual world that teaches all about fire safety.
- Electrical Safety (PDF)
Indicate why each item in the worksheet is a fire hazard.
- Join the Danger Rangers
The Danger Rangers share their special fire safety tips with kids.
- Rover’s Emergency Escape (PDF)
Draw a floor plan of your house and plan out an escape route.
There are ten whole pages of coloring fun in this fire safety activity book!
- Fire Survival Activities
Try some games and activities to learn about surviving a fire.
- Fires and Doors
You can use a door handle to check whether a fire is near.
- Be Blaze Aware!
Review all the main fire safety lessons to get a Blaze Aware certificate.
- Hot, Not, or Silly
Which items in the grid can burn or cause a fire?
- Fire Safety Worksheets
Check out a whole bunch of great activity sheets on fire safety!
- Kids’ Fire Safety Resources
This page by kids, for kids, includes everything you need to know about dealing with a fire.
- Play or Stay Away?
Find out which things are safe to play with.
- Mikey Makes a Mess
Read a story about how a little boy helps to prevent a fire.
- Staying Outside
Read why it’s important to stay outside during a fire and never go back inside.
- Fire Flash Cards (PDF)
Download some printable flash cards and color them to review fire safety tips.
Print this handy tip sheet and post it on the wall where everyone can see it.
- Fire Safety Word Game
Can you find all the fire prevention words in this puzzle?
- McGruff’s Fire Safety Game
Join McGruff, the crime-fighting dog, and uncover all the home fire hazards.
- Fire Safety Review Sheet (PDF)
Review everything you’ve learned about fire safety with a quick worksheet.