Fire Prevention for Kids and Parents
Check out our Hazard House! This interactive prop demonstrates what happens when there’s a fire in the house and walks children through the steps to take to get out of the home safely. Children also help identify hazards in the house and learn how to correct them. We take the Hazard House with us to most community events. We can also bring it to group functions. Contact our Public Education Coordinator at 858-756-5971 to learn more.
The Burn Institute presents the Fire Safe Kids website! The interactive site is full of fun games and learning opportunities for kids as well as information and resources for parents and teachers.
Sparky the Fire Dog also has his own website full of online games, activities, and videos to help you learn how to be fire safe.
Smokey Bear knows that even kids can prevent forest fires.
The National Fire Protection Association has created Take Action, a program designed specifically for teens to encourage them to be proactive is wildfire prevention and preparation.