If your child is anywhere as in love with anything that has to do with fire trucks as mine is-- this unit is perfect for you! Check out this fun fire safety book for preschoolers!

Preschool Fire Safety Booklet Printables

Preschool Fire Safety Booklet Printables for Fire Safety Week or to use with a community helpers theme in preschool.

Simple fire truck craft for toddlers and preschoolers to help them identify shapes.

Busy Hands: Fire Truck Shape Craft

Simple fire truck craft for toddlers and preschoolers to help them identify shapes(community helpers week craft)

A great sensory activity for fire safety. Use shaving cream and powder paint to create a fire. Then have kids use a squirt bottle with water to put the fire out!

Two-Year-Old Program

A great sensory activity for fire safety. Use shaving cream and powder pa int to create a fire. Then have kids use a squirt bottle with water to put the fire out!

Free Preschool Fire Safety Printables #homeschool #preschool

Free Preschool Fire Safety Printables

Preschool Fire Safety Visit Royal Baloo for these Free Preschool Fire Safety Printables! The pack includes matching, counting, patterning, tracing, 3 part

3 Fire Safety Activities on Lalymom.com - How fun would this be!

3 Fire Safety Activities for Kids

FInger paint "fire" and then put the reminder "Don't hide, GO OUTSIDE!"

Fire safety crafts for preschoolers - or you could use this one on black paper for bonfire night

Looking for fire safety activities and centers for Kindergarten? Then you're going to LOVE this! Click through to see great books ideas, a cute little fireman craft, some great free downloads, & more! Even your preschool or first grade students will enjoy

Fire Safety Activities and Centers for Kindergarten

A hands on fire safety lesson which incorporates life skills, sequencing and fine motor skills. Perfect activity for the special education classroom. My students have autism and other disabilities and they loved it!

Fire Safety lesson

BENTLEY INVESTIGATIONS---A hands on fire safety lesson which incorporates life skills, sequencing and fine motor skills. Perfect activity for the special education classroom. My students have autism and other disabilities and they loved it!

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