Fire Safety Kids {Craftivity & Printables} Plus a Freebie

Next week, October 7th {my birthday} through the 13th, is Fire Prevention Week 2012!  What do you have planned?  If your answer is something like "I don't know," then maybe I can help you :)
This unit is over 30 pages of fire safety fun!  Your littles will create some fire safety cuties {a boy or a girl} and write or draw about how to stay safe during a fire:

Here's what's included:
*fire kids craftivity pics, patterns, and directions
*3 versions of the safety tips writing prompt
*11 different worksheets including: ABC order, can-have-need, & more
*8 vocabulary cards
*how to use a fire extinguisher poster

Aaaand on top of all that, I've included a freebie with this download :)  In order to get it, you will need to DL the preview of this packet {BEFORE purchasing} on TpT!  It's a fire hat:
Just attach it to a sentence strip, and you'll have a class full of real fire cuties! :)

If you're interested in purchasing fire safety kids {craftivity & printables}, or if you want to learn more about this product, head to my TpT shop!  Don't delay, Fire Prevention Week is just around the corner!!  Please let me know what you think!!

Pssst!  I have a fun new unit planned to "debut" next week, on my birthday {have I mentioned my birthday yet??}.  The "release date" I chose is a big hint as to what the unit is about... stay tuned!!! ;)


Lori Rosenberg said...

My first and second graders will be doing this craftivity this week. My patterns are made, my books are copied, and my model is ready to go. It's so darn cute! Thanks, Teri!
Ѽ Lori
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Caitlin said...

Soooo cute!! I just love it!!

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Jennifer said...

This looks so cute!!

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Miss Kindergarten said...

LOVe it bestie!!! And can't wait for your "debut"!!!!

Jen R said...

so cute!! and I especailly love it since my hubs is a firefighter! <3

Unknown said...

So stinkin' cute!
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Rikki said...

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Lisa R. said...

Eeek!!! This is oodles of cute!! Love it Teri!! :)
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Sandra said...


October is my birthday month, too!!! :)

Happy {early} birthday!

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Kelley Cirrito said...

Sooo cute! I love it!! I will have to go check it out!

Just Wild About Teaching said...

love this girl =)

Unknown said...

I heart birthdays- can't wait to see what you have up your sleeve :)

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Andrea said...

Thanks for the freebie. I bought the packet and can't wait to do it with my 2nd graders. We are using, and loving, your Columbus Day packet now.

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Miss Squirrels said...

Very cute! My sweeties love when we do one of your activities- you are spoiling them though- they want to make something all the time!!! :)

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Tania said...

Can't wait for the birthday surprise. I am buying it....whatever it is!!!
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Allyson McGuire said...

This is precious! I so wish I had had it last week when we were learning the letter F!

Karyn said...

This is just adorable! Thanks for the freebies too! Does your "debut" have anything to do with World Teacher Day?

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Erin said...

I am SUPER excited to have just downloaded this. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Can't wait to try this out with my firsties tomorrow (or the next day since we have testing).

:) Erin

Anonymous said...

Pictures! The easiest way to teach kids is by using pictures! Fire safety is not something that kids will take seriously, but when they enjoy what they see, the information will surely stick. Learning should always be a fun activity!

-Abigail Kirby

Learning in Wonderland said...

I am LOVING everything about this file! The kids learned SOOOO much from the little booklet that they made and they had fun making their little fire safety kid.
Here are some pictures of us in action:

Thanks for creating this file!
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Anonymous said...

Fire safety is important because in a fire, people need know how to react and what to do. If they are well educated about fire safety they will be well prepared if a fire starts.

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Unknown said...

We made these in class today and they are adorable! Thank you so much for such an adorable project. We are working on the rest of the unit throughout the week!

Unknown said...

What cute crafts! I especially love the idea of having the kids draw out their evacuation plan! The threat of a fire is really scary, especially when you have children to consider! It is so important to make sure they know what to do in case a fire ever does break out! These are great ways to make that a fun discussion!

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