Fire Safety Lesson Plans for Fire Crews

Fire Safety Lesson Plans for Fire Crews

The lesson plans below are intended to assist fire departments to teach children fire safe behaviours throughout their childhood.

These lesson plans are ideal for fire crews to use when conducting presentations in elementary schools, in the fire hall or at community events, and are tailored for specific grades/age groups.

The Lesson Plan Information and Tips sheet provides ideas and best practices for organizing and delivering the lesson plans.

Resources for this lesson plan: smoke alarm; HOT and NOT HOT pictures; matches and lighter; home fire escape planning grid; Fire Safety in High-Rise Buildings information sheet

Resources for this lesson plan: smoke alarm; two telephone props; matches and lighter; HOT and NOT HOT pictures; home fire escape planning grid; Fire Safety in High-Rise Buildings information sheet

Resources for this lesson plan: flip chart/chalk board and marker/chalk; two telephone props; smoke alarm; matches and lighter; home fire escape planning grid; Fire Safety in High-Rise Buildings information sheet

Resources for this lesson plan: computer/projector; three minute video clip from No Time to Spare; smoke alarm; Putting Water on a Grease Fire video clip; pot with a tight-fitting lid; container (with lid) that could be used in a microwave; oven mitts; flip chart/marker or chalk board/chalk; home fire escape planning grid; Fire Safety in High-Rise Buildings information sheet

Resources for this lesson plan: computer/projector; three minute video clip from No Time to Spare; smoke alarm; Putting Water on a Grease Fire video clip; pot with a tight-fitting lid; container (with lid) that could be used in a microwave; oven mitts; octopus wiring connector; flip chart and marker or chalk board and chalk; home fire escape planning grid; Fire Safety in High-Rise Buildings information sheet