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The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) reviews and collects resources for you to use in your public outreach activities to keep children safe from fire. Explore these materials to learn more about discussing fire safety with parents, teachers and other caregivers.
Here you’ll find social media content, pictographs, stock photos, videos and b-roll to increase awareness about fire safety for children.Explore the library
It is important to have a plan when there are children in your home. Children sometimes need help getting out of the house. They may not know how to escape or what to do unless an adult shows them.
Some children are curious about fire. There are simple steps you can take to keep you and the people you love safer from fire and burns.
Review our statistics on the fire risk to children
This activity book gives young children valuable fire safety and prevention tips.
English and Spanish
Contains a fire safety word game and mazes that children can navigate to practice a home fire escape plan. The activity sheet folds into a firetruck. Recommended ages: 3-7. Learn how to assemble the firetruck in this YouTube video.
English and Spanish
These hangers are easy to print and assemble on ready-made perforated door hanger templates that you can buy at your local or online office supply store. We recommend buying templates with the following specifications:
More than half of child fire deaths are among children age four or younger—making them an important audience for fire prevention and education. If you’ve ever visited a preschool classroom to discuss fire safety, or have met with older toddlers during community outreach activities, you know they can be a tough crowd to reach.
That’s why USFA collaborated with Sesame Workshop™ to create the Sesame Street Fire Safety Program for preschool kids.
Order and download Sesame Street materials
Adding a fire safety trailer can take your education program to a whole new level by providing students with hands-on learning opportunities that build upon what they learn in the classroom. This curriculum offers you an “out-of-the-box” way to use a fire safety trailer to teach students of all ages about fire safety.
Download the Fire Safety Trailer Curriculum PDF 8.5 MB
Model Exchange programs to teach children about fire safety
USFA would like to call special attention to these innovative fire prevention programs that have measurable impact and outcome measures.
USFA recommends the following organizations as trusted and reliable sources for free outreach materials you can use to help increase awareness about fire safety for children in your community.
National Fire Protection Association. Community tool kits, education programs and teaching strategies to help communities keep kids safe from fire.
The National Fire Protection Association helps to reduce fire loss through consensus codes and standards, research, training and education.
Safe Kids Worldwide. Videos, safety tips and fact sheets help prevent injuries to children caused by fire, burns and scalds, and fireworks.
Safe Kids Worldwide is a global organization dedicated to preventing injuries in children.
Youth Firesetting Information Repository and Evaluation System (YFIRES). Resources for caregivers of youth involved in firesetting behavior.
YFIRES is a data collection project initiated by the International Association of Fire Fighters.