– Get kid-friendly fire safety tips and information. Learn about fire-related product recalls. Print out fire safety activity sheets and coloring pages. Use the interactive Kids Fire Safety tutorial, and play fire safety learning games, too.
– Kids, parents, and educators learn about fire safety. Find tips and information for making your home safer as well as to facilitate learning fire safety. Kids will learn while having fun with games and activities.
– Information for parents for helping kids learn about fire safety. Find out how much you know about fire safety and get basic facts for teaching kids how to stay safe. Includes links for additional information about fire safety for parents, kids, and teens.
– Play fun flash games about fire safety. Get coloring pages and posters. Learn about fire safety with activities, like word search, and test your knowledge with the challenge or quiz. Find a fire department near you, watch videos, and get information for parents and teachers, too.
– The Burn Institute’s fire safe kid website. The Fire Safe Kids are Bella, Junior, and Gregory. They, along with Curious the dog, lead kids through games and activities to learn about fire safety. Also find lifesaving tips for families and download an escape plan.
– Watch videos on fire safety featuring fire safety dogs to learn about fire safety. Schools and organizations can also arrange Skype sessions with fire safety dogs for their kids. Access resources for kids, parents, educators, and firefighters.
– Firefighters Bill, Kevin, and Ashleigh answer kid-submitted questions to provide an interactive learning experience on the importance of fire safety. Access video answers from the firefighters of some real questions asked by kids.
Important Fire Safety Tips
- Practice your family fire drill at least twice every year.
- Have smoke detectors on every floor of your home and near sleeping areas.
- Test smoke and carbon monoxide detector batteries every month, and replace detector batteries at least once per year.
- Don’t play with matches, lighters, or other fire sources.
- Do not hide during a fire. Fall to the floor and crawl along your escape route, testing doors with the back of your hand.
- If clothes catch on fire, remember to Stop, Drop, and Roll until the fire is out.
- Have emergency numbers on your refrigerator and on every phone.