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Friday, October 3, 2014

Free Fire Prevention Week Printables Top Ten List

Fire Safety Week Activities: Since 1922, Fire Prevention Week has been observed on the Sunday through Saturday period in which October 9 falls. Share these top 10 fire safety tips with your students to teach important fire safety practices they should know and follow all year round!

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Enjoy this free fire prevention week printable!


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This foldable craftivity is perfect for October Fire Prevention Month, a community helpers unit or as a fire safety review. There are several variations of the ONE template for easy differentiation. There are eight sections for students to write or draw fire safety tips.


You will receive six vocabulary task cards for literacy center games. Scavenger hunt directions, along with 20 other games ideas, are also included. They work well for elementary, special education, ESL and speech therapy. You will receive a student response form and answer key. 

Vocabulary words include:

fire engine
air mask 
sprinkler system


Here are three printable pages for your students to practice creative writing, note-taking, narrative writing and other fire safety activities. They work well for all elementary students including special education and ESL students.


These literacy activities also work well for special education, ESL and speech and language therapy students. You will receive four fire safety reading passages. Each finger play, rhyme or song is followed with five multiple choice questions. An answer key is also provided.


Students will practice addition and subtraction facts up to ten with a fire safety math theme. Activities include coloring, matching, and cut and paste. This packet works well as morning work, homework, as a math review or extra practice for special education. It is in black and white for more economical printing. Answer keys are provided.


You will receive 30 task cards with a fire safety theme. They work well for 1st and 2nd grade, ESL, special education and speech and language therapy students. Ideas for games are included, such as SCOOT or a scavenger hunt. Language skills include verbs, adverbs, pronouns, contractions, quotes, spelling, alphabetizing and more. You will also receive a student response form and answer key. 


This foldable craftivity is works well with an October Fire Prevention Month unit, a community helpers unit, special education, ESL or speech and language therapy. Students will color and cut out three lift the flap pages with 10 word definitions on each page. An separate word bank is also available for easy differentiation. Students read the definition on the flap and write (or paste) the correct word underneath the flap. Optional word cards are provided on a separate page for differentiation as well. When the activity is completed, the students can lift the flaps as a study guide. Finally, a fire safety quiz is provided for all 30 words along with an answer key.




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1 comment:

  1. So sad...I just read your message on TPT and missed the freebie by a few days. I'll have to check more often. It looked great! Hope you had a fab weekend. XO

    A Teaspoon of Teaching


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