In the United States more than 3,500 people die and over 18,000 are injured in fires. It takes more than smoke detectors to bring these numbers down! Be Safe Be Smart
TEACHER TIP: Fire/safety drills - "While these drills are for a child's safety, anxious children may be very distressed by imagining that these events were actually happening. If there is an opportunity to signal the child in person just before the alarm sounds, this may buffer the surprise of the drill and allow children to mobilize with less distress."
fire safety escape plan
Mark Gryc and Mike Spaziani of FM Global with NFPA President Jim Shannon and Sparky the Fire Dog at NFPA's distribution center where it was all hands (and paws) on deck to get $50,000 worth of educational materials shipped to fire departments across the country, courtesy of FM Global.
Fire needs air, fuel, and heat to burn. Light three candles, then spray one with water to take away heat. Then cover one with a glass to take away air. Then let the last one burn all the way down to nothing to take away the fuel. http://www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com/blog/2011/09/kindergarten-fire-safety-theme-week.html
The cow belonging to Mrs. Catherine O'Leary looks suspicious to me! :)