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Fire Safety Craft Activities

Instructor: Maria Airth

Maria has a Doctorate of Education and over 20 years of experience teaching psychology and math related courses at the university level.

Increase your middle school students' awareness of fire safety with these craft activities. Students will work together and independently to create engaging and education crafts related to fire safety.

Creating Craft

When students create with their own hands, they internalize what they are working on. Creation leads to a sense of ownership and ownership leads to an increase in engagement and focus. For these reasons, it is a great idea to get your students working on unique, creative crafts designed to support and enhance their understanding of fire safety.

The craft activities offered here are designed for middle school students. The final products should represent your students' skill levels and a depth of understanding of fire safety issues that is commensurate with your class instruction on this topic.

Poster It

Presenting what they know in a fun way is a great way for students to create while internalizing what they have learned.

Materials

  • Poster paper
    • Substitute large pieces of butcher's paper, if desired
  • Art supplies (markers, colored pencils, etc)
  • Craft supplies if desired (tape, glue sticks, craft pompoms, feathers etc)

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