Classroom Safety Presentations
Sparky the Puppet and his Friends
Sparky may visit the classroom with his other friends, I C Smoke the Smoke Alarm" and Happy the Talking Terrier to help the Fire Educator reinforce active fire safety in the pre-school and grade-school age range. This is an interactive program that hits all the important messages such and '"Stop, Drop, and Roll,' "Crawl Low Under Smoke", "Always Go Outside When the Smoke Alarm Sounds", "Practice Fire Drills at Home", and "Always Tell a Grown-up When You See Matches and Lighters."
This program follows health and science educational standards involving fire safety for this age range. Some concepts coverd include 'fire burns and burns hurt' and 'smoke smells bad and can hurt us'. These facts are used to reinforce the importance of fire safety for everyone, no matter your age.
Dot the Dalmatian
Dot the Dalmatian; A Fire Safety Dog
Dot is an energetic clown who motivates children to learn the importance of fire safety at home and at school. This character is perfect for the grade-schooler to connect fire safety and fun. Topics covered include 'Matches and Lighters are Tools Not Toys,' Call 9-1-1 in an Emergency, "Stop, Drop and Roll," "Pour Cool Water on a Burn," and "Always Go Outside to the Meeting Place When the Smoke Alarm Sounds."
Upon request, the program can be modified to fit to your needs. The Fire and Life Safety Educator can cover helmet safety, burn prevention, seasonal fire safety and fire drill planning.
Fire Safety for the Middle School and High School Students
This program focuses on the science of fire; how it moves and why. Focus is put on the uncontrollability of fire and the fact it is dark, hot and dangerous. In addition, middle school and high school age students explore the fire triangle, cooking safety, burn prevention, and the importance of E.D.I.T.H (Exit Drills in the Home) and working smoke alarms. This is a high energy, interactive presentation that motivates students to become leaders in the home.
For more information or to schedule a class please contact Fire and Life Safety Educator Bianca S. Bourbeau at 740-2647 or firstname.lastname@example.org Please plan to schedule at least three weeks in advance.