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Safety Made Fun with Free Printable Activities

Teaching your child fire safety can be a fun activity for the whole family. There are numerous agencies that offer free downloadable activity sheets and coloring pages to help make fire safety fun. You can also get a free McGruff Safe Kids ID Kit delivered right to your door.

Free Activities

Color and learn with the Sesame Street Fire Safety coloring book published by FEMA. In this coloring book, your child will learn what items not to touch, how to cool a burn, what to do in the event of a fire, how and where to escape a fire, as well as, what smoke alarms sound like. They’ll love learning with the help of Sesame Streets furry friends like Elmo, Abby Cadabby, and Cookie Monster!

The City of New York Fire Department also offers a free printable activity and coloring book. The book teaches them who to call, tells them about firefighters, what to do if they are burned, and more. They can play connect the dots, color, and create a fire escape plan. Once your child finishes the activity pages you can award them with their very own Fire Safety Award which is included in the printable pages.

Free Child Safe ID Kit

McGruff has delivered nearly 900,000 Child Safe ID Kits and you can get yours free by filling out the request form. Once you have submitted the request, you’ll receive an email confirming receipt of the request along with details on how your kit will be delivered to you. A representative will call you to schedule an appointment over the phone to bring your kit directly to your home.

During their visit, the licensed representative will teach you how to use the kit and store it. They will also tell you about other exciting products and services you may be interested in, but there is no obligation to purchase.

The kit you will be given includes a tear-out fingerprint card along with child-safe fingerprint ink. You will also get DNA collection tips, a tear-out emergency number card, 911 instructions, and fun family quizzes and games related to safety and learning.

Grace Wells

Grace Wells grew up in the kind of town where no one locked their doors and parents felt safe letting their kids wander. Things have changed a lot since then. As a mother today, Grace has to worry about so much more than skinned knees and hurt feelings.

Grace believes the best way to keep kids safe is to stay informed. She hopes that her work at Kids Safety 101 makes a difference in children’s lives so that they can grow up as carefree as she did.

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