Lessons For Teachers

Our collection of hands-on, interactive lessons was designed to support Common Core State Standards while extending and complement the themes in our apps, e-Book and music videos, giving students valuable practice on a variety of topics including phonemic awareness, grammar, basic arithmetic, factoring, making predictions, and calculating averages.

The Case of the Missing Smoke Alarms

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What a Character Lesson Plan

What a Character!

Teach your students about character traits while they learn how to stay fire safe. (Meets CCSS Standards for 1st and 2nd grade.)

Smoke Alarm Sound Lesson Plan

Smoke Alarm Sounds

Show your students proper punctuation along with the proper reaction to the “beep, beep, beep” of a smoke alarm. (Meets CCSS Standards for 1st and 2nd grade.)

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Fire Prevention Week: Parent Letter

Fire Prevention Week: Parent Letter

Teachers: Help your students stay safe at home! This printable PDF guide will show students and parents how to check their smoke alarms at home. Print out a copy and send it home in your students’ backpacks today.

Music Video Lesson Plans

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1-2-3-4 Order

1-2-3-4 Order

(Grades PreK-1)
Teach kids to sequence the steps to fire safety!

Safety Search

Safety Search

(Grades PreK-1)
Get fire-safe with this fun matching game.

You're a Star

You’re a Star

(Grades PreK-1)
Turn your kids into fire-safety superstars.

Hula, Hula Relay

Hula, Hula Relay

(Grades 2-3)
Jump, skip and hop your way to fire safety.

Data, Data Everywhere

Data, Data Everywhere

(Grades 2-3)
Collect some fire-safe data to win.

In My Opinion

In My Opinion

(Grades 2-3)
Let your students’ fire-safe voices be heard!

Sparky’s Birthday Surprise

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Birthday Party Phonics

Birthday Party Phonics

In this lesson, students will learn to navigate their way to safety, solve the clues to reveal the hidden birthday party characters, drag-and-drop the dogs at their Outside Meeting Places, and more.

The Science of Fire and More

The Science of Fire and More

Students will play on teams to answer a series of fire-safety questions and connect the dots, learn to distinguish among sentence types, discover how fires burn and how they can be extinguished, and more.

Fire-Safety Math

Fire-Safety Math

In this lesson, students will assess how many smoke alarms are needed in various homes, practice factoring through word problems, calculate averages, and more.

Printable Activities

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Firehouse Coloring Math

Firehouse Coloring Math

Solve the problems and use the key to color the room.

Tongue Twisters & Riddles

Tongue Twisters & Riddles

Can you say them ten times fast?

Choose Your Outside Meeting Place

Choose Your Outside Meeting Place

Choose the best outside meeting places for your family.

Sparky Word Scramble

Sparky Word Scramble

Unscramble the letters to learn Sparky’s most important fire safety terms.

Sparky Word Scramble

Sparky Word Scramble

Unscramble the letters to learn Sparky’s most important fire safety terms.

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