In this section, you will find lesson plans to help with your programs. If there is something specific you are looking for, contact us and we will be able to help.
This quick guide is perfect for new firefighters. It is designed to help you give presentations for children Pre-K through 5th grade. It has a script for "Dress a firefighter" to help show off their gear and how to talk to different ages when explaining the fire equipment.
Do you have crews going to block parties in the summer? Make sure they are giving out the correct answers to the resident's questions. This document has tips for parents and kids on Smoke Alarms, CO alarms, Fire Extinguishers, and Fire Escape Plans. These messages are from the NFPA Educational Messaging Desk Reference Guide.
This PowerPoint presentation was put together by Manhattan & Peotone Fire Protection Districts for their school teachers. It gives basic first aid information on different emergency they might encounter at school.
Let's Play Jeopardy!
Looking for something educational and fun to play with the kids? Here are three PowerPoint presentations from Huntley Fire Protection District:
After downloading the presentation, you will be able to change questions and answers in the edit mode to customized it to your department.
Fire and Life Safety Educators are invited to speak at a variety of venues. Careful planning can make the difference between an excellent visit and a mediocre one. While some folks are intimidated by longer sessions, it is the shorter ones that can be the most difficult. The National Fire Protection Association has lesson plans that are FREE to download on a variety of fire safety topics.