- Word wall cards x 16 I printed these to use like flash cards. I have little one read, and repeat each word.
- “In the fire station, I see…” writing & drawing sheet – perfect to start little one’s writing skills.
- Firefighter-themed, open-ended writing paper, with 2 line options – we used these to write the word walls and count how many syllables were on each word.
- Word search, with answer key – my child loves word searches! It helps develop a keen mind, and learn new vocabulary words.
- Sorting by categories worksheet: objects related to firefighting vs. objects not related to firefighting
- Sorting by properties cut-&-paste worksheet: hot vs. cold – I used this with little one’s Spanish play group, and they loved it! We also discussed other items that were cold, and hot.
- Parts of a fire truck poster to display via overhead projection – Since I don’t have an overhead projector. I printed it on card stock paper, and cut it into puzzle shapes. As we discussed the parts of a fire truck they were also putting together their puzzles. I also gave them a glue stick so they can glue it on a construction paper.
Now that we learned what to do during a fire, and learned about fire safety next up is to make a fire safety plan for our home. In the meantime, check out All Done Monkey’s fire safety for kids post, and her fire safety plan.