Great infographic that explains fire safety for kids and those with disabilities, in an easy to understand way.
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August 20, 2009 -- From Dave, a parent, from Orange County, CA, who is affiliated with the site.
The Kids Firefighter site is dedicated to bringing kids fun and entertaining videos, games, pictures, crafts, activities, and websites about firefighters, fire trucks, and fire safety.
August 15, 2009 -- From Cory, a reader, from Michigan, USA, who is affiliated with the site.
Great site with lots of free fire safety information for families. Site is always bein updated with more content to ensure you and your family have the best information when you need it most!
January 24, 2009 -- From Firefighter Dayna, a reader from Clarksville, Arkansas, who is affiliated with the site.
Children from across the United States are invited to participate in the Ask a Firefighter Program. Launched in October 2008, the program is hosted by firefighter and fire safety educator Dayna Hilton. The Ask a Firefighter program helps promote fire safety, shares information about fire departments and firefighters.
Children are invited to submit their question about firefighters, fire safety or the fire service and their question will be answered by a real live firefighter.
January 24, 2009 -- From Firefighter Dayna, a reader, from Clarksville, Arkansas, who is affiliated with the site.
Firefighter Dayna’s website is an interactive fire safety site for children and their caregivers. The website includes fire safety videos, coloring pages, activity pages, fire safety craft ideas and much more.
Children are invited to submit their videos, coloring pages and fire safety craft ideas. Children are welcome to send fire safety related questions and Firefighter Dayna will individually answer each question.
June 18, 2008 -- From Kirstii, a reader, from Hartford, CT, who is affiliated with the site.
The Hartford Junior Fire Marshal program was created in 1947 to teach children the basics of personal fire safety and keep families safe. Over the past 60 years, we’ve deputized more than 110 million Junior Fire Marshals. Educational materials are available for free download. All are welcome to copy and distribute these materials.
October 21, 2007 -- From Sylvia, a reader, from Cornwall, UK, who is affiliated with the site.
Designed for children and young people, this site gives information on burns and first aid and has links to further information, plus a contact base for burn survivors.