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Fire Safety Classroom Activities

Instructor: Grace Pisano

Grace has a bachelor's degree in history and a master's degree in teaching. She previously taught high school in several states around the country.

When talking about fire safety in your middle school classrooms, use the following activities to help prepare students for what to do in the case of a fire in their home or school.

Fire Safety Classroom Activities

Students will learn both how to prevent fires and what to do in case of a fire using the ideas in this asset. Fire Prevention Week, which typically falls during the first full week in October, is a great time to introduce some of these fire safety activities. Use one or all of the activities in your class depending on time available.

Scenarios and Roll Play

For this activity, students will work in small groups to dramatize different scenarios. After students have created their scenario or role play skit, they should share it with the class. This activity works best by giving the groups scenarios that cover different topics related to fire safety and having a short class discussion of what the group talked about after they share their skit.

Example scenarios that students could cover include:

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