SPARKY THE FIRE DOG – from the N.F.P.A. (National Fire Protection Association) at SPARKY.org
Sparky the Fire Dog teaches about fire safety, including Sparky the Fire Dog News Flash Fun with Firetrucks, Hot Diggity Dalmatians, The Story of Sparky Family Stuff, Ask Sparky and Sparky Arcade Games. This site features games, coloring pages and family fun as well as escape planning grids and Sparky’s Home Safety Checklist. You’ll need Adobe®
FEMA for KIDSDo you know about different kinds of weather events and other unexpected situations? Learn the words and terms you hear during emergencies. It can be confusing. Be informed. From natural disasters to pandemics or terrorism, know what to do before, during and after. Create emergency kits, play games and learn more about handling emergencies. There’s even sections for parents and teachers. F.E.M.A. (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
The following link is from an insurance company. The information provided is very good basic fire safety information for everyone. There are also a number of links at the bottom of their page, some that we have listed above, that can be used by your family for emergency planning and also help you teach your children about fire safety in a home environment. We were made aware of this link from Lizzie and her mother from California who found our site while working on a school project on home fire safety. We appreciate her work on this project, as fires in the home are the most deadly type of fire in the nation.
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