“Smoke Alarms: A Sound You Can Live With”

Monday, September 20th, 2010 by

Many people throughout the United States celebrate Fire Prevention Week. This year’s NFPA theme is “Smoke Alarms: A Sound You Can Live With,” and will be held October 3rd-9th. Some schools hold assemblies, have special classroom lessons and projects, and often invite local fire departments to participate. Community groups are also active in sharing information with it’s members. Look below for a few free or inexpensive resources that can be used to make this a valuable experience for your school or group.

We want to hear what you do to make Fire Prevention Week informative and exciting for your students or community. Send us your photos and share with others your successful and unsuccessful experiences. It is our hope that we can all benefit from this sharing of ideas, and learn better ways to teach our life saving messages.

NFPA lesson plans, coloring books, brochures, videos, bags, banners, etc.

Robotronics//Coloring/activity books, bookmarks, crayons & pencils, certificates, robots & costumes, stickers, music, and more.

Fire Prevention


Scholastic Fire Safety Resource Center//Free lesson plans, printables, and more resources. http://www.scholastic.com/firesafety/

Sparky.org//Games, activities, cartoons, and more.

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