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Sound Off with the Home Fire Safety Patrol

Grade Level Grades K-5
Resource Type Activity
Standards Alignment
Common Core State Standards


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Let the Home Fire Safety Patrol help your students learn how smoke alarms help families stay safe from home fire. Use these resources to educate students and families about the importance of working smoke alarms, the meaning of the sounds they make, and where they belong in a home. Students also learn how to spot and correct common home fire dangers, and how to plan for a fast escape in case a home fire happens.

Visit PROGRAM SITE for additional resources including a storybook, wall poster, white board activity, and safety app (android and iOS). Materials are also available in Spanish.

Made Possible By: Michigan Public Health Institute.


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