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According to their website, the NFPA is the, "leading information and knowledge resource on fire, electrical and related hazards." Find both grown-up and children-level learning materials.
Produced by the NFPA, Sparky learning materials are a free and fun resource for children to learn fire safety from the comfort of a computer.
Specifically for teachers, Sparky Schoolhouse provides media, lessons, and activities for any teacher making fire safety curriculum.
Sparky also has parent's resources for families to watch, read, and learn fire safety together.
Provided by the Red Cross, this home fire safety guide lays out tips and resources for specific topics like fire prevention, escaping fire, and fire recovery.
Part of a national public service campaign from the US government, Ready's fire safety page puts together a quick guide for home escape along with resources for kids and adults.
Every year there are more than 300,000 house fires across the US, and these disasters are one of the most frightening things a homeowner can have to deal with. Luckily, there are a number of things you can do to protect yourself from a fire starting in your home and to protect yourself and your family if it does.
Did you know that fire is the third most common leading cause of death in the home? Unfortunately, more than 5,000 Americans die each year in a fire-related incident. With more than two million fires reported annually, having a plan in place and receiving early warning signs from a smoke detector are imperative to ensure a calm and timely evacuation from the home in case of a fire. By learning about fire safety, making your home fire safe, and planning escape routes, fire does not have to be as deadly as it has become.
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