Monday, October 17, 2016

Fire Safety in Kindergarten

We had so much fun during our fire safety week! ! This is always such an important week because I am always surprised by the amount of kids that don't know to call 9-1-1 in an emergency, that don't have a family meeting spot in case of a fire, and so much more! 
During word work this week we spelled some of our fire safety words with magnetic letters.  These word work cards come in handy for ALL themes and holidays!
We wrote some of our fire safety tips down at the writing center to hang up on our bulletin board. My kids have already made such amazing progress in writing!
 Not all of the kids can write like this! Most still need my help to sound out their words! I will say that my kids are sight word experts though.  When we are writing and get to a sight word that we've already learned, they can pretty much all spell it!
 They loved making these little flip books! I always know when they enjoyed a center because they ask me when they can take it home!
Every Friday I love to 'cook'.  These firetrucks were perfect this week!
Pretty easy for the kids and definitely yummy!
We were lucky enough to join another kindergarten class for a firefighter visit.  One of the students' has a firefighter dad who was nice enough to come talk to the kids!
He let them ALL try on his gear! They loved it!!
Just too precious!
After the firefighter left, we knew we had to make our own hats!
The hats came out adorable and the kids loved wearing them!
The fire safety activities can be found by clicking on the image below.  I would love to hear what you all did this week!



  1. Thanks for your wonderful ideas again! One ? for you- where did you get the white board
    where thestudent are using the magnetic letters? Thanks again!

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