These free fire safety printables are a great way to teach children about fire trucks and fire safety rules.
Even preschoolers aren’t too young to learn about fire safety. They should be taught how to react to different scenarios such as hearing a smoke detector going off or seeing something on fire.
These free printables are a great way to start this important conversation with your little ones.
This pack includes eight different activities that your little ones will love as they work on labeling, coloring, sorting and more.
Free Fire Safety Printables
There are so many fun things to teach children about fire trucks and fire safety.
Here are a few engaging ideas that will help you teach your kids about fire safety, fire fighters fire trucks, and more.
Fire Safety Movies for Kids
I love to incorporate movies and videos into our unit studies whenever possible. They’re perfect for sick days or rainy days. Here are a few ideas for kids:
Books About Fire Safety
In addition to movies, I love to include a wide variety of books in my lessons. I use some for read-alouds and save others for independent reading (when appropriate).
Below, I’m sharing a few of my favorite nonfiction books about fire safety. I find they’re perfect for introducing fire safety rules, increasing vocabulary, and illustrating important information.
Fire Safety Activities
Young learners love hands-on activities, and they help little ones engage with the topic at hand.
When teaching your kids about fire safety, you can add one or more of these activities to your to-do list:
• Your kids can help create a fire safety plan with this fire safety scavenger hunt printable.
• Read Flash, the Little Fire Engine with your kids, and then create an adorable popsicle stick fire truck.
Fire Safety Printables
Fire Truck Coloring Page
Give the fire truck coloring page to your kids to complete as you read aloud a book about fire safety, fire trucks, and/or firemen.
Parts of a Fire Truck
Print and laminate the parts of a fire truck diagram. Use this page to teach your students about the parts of a fire truck. This is a great way to increase your child’s vocabulary.
Next, have them label the parts of a fire truck on the labeling page.
Fire Fighting Equipment
Children will circle all of the objects a firefighter my bring to a fire.
Safe and Unsafe
On this page, kids will cut and paste objects according to whether or not they are safe. This activity helps strengthen fine motor skills as they cut and paste the objects.
Stop, Drop, and Roll
Print and laminate this page, and hang it in a prominent place to remind children what to do if their clothing catches on fire.
Older children can use the sequencing page to write out the steps of Stop, Drop, and Roll.
Equip a Firefighter
This is a fun paper craft for kids to complete. They’ll cut out all the pieces, and glue the pieces to the firefighter.
If a Fire Starts…
This is another page to laminate and hang in a prominent page. This one will help children learn what to do if there is a house fire.