Fire Safety Resources for Parents

October is Fire Prevention month, and although the month is almost out, several fantastic posts and resources have caught my attention! One of my kids has been fixated on fires and their dangers recently, asking what we’d do if our house was on fire. This is a perfect time to make a plan and talk about it as a family! Here are a few resources and roundups I have found to help you and I both out.

Fire safety lessons, printables, plans, resources, and tips

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We plan on using some great materials for a little fire prevention/safety week in our home. We’ll talk about being careful with fire and flammable items and what to do in different fire situations, including an escape plan and safety checklist for the house. Here are some of the things we plan to do and use:

I love these Lego fireman fire safety posters from Homeschool Encouragement, and I know my kids will too! Definitely plan on using these. There’s also a set of lego kits and books at the end worth checking out.


Here’s a fun printable pack on fire safety for Pre-K – K from Embark on the Journey.


Motherhood on a Dime has these really adorable fire truck snacks!

Here’s a great roundup of free fire safety resources at Homeschool Education Free Market.

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  1. Judith

    I did all this just a few short years ago. I am tutoring two boys so maybe I should roundup some things for them while I am here. Thanks so much, Tauna.

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