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What is Fire?
What we will learn today We will learn what fire really is - and what it isn’t It is NOT: –White, puffy clouds of smoke –Slow moving flames It IS –Very HOT –Very DARK from the smoke it makes
It Takes 3 Things to Cause a Fire Heat - or something that is HOT
It Takes 3 Things to Cause a Fire Fuel - or something that will BURN
It Takes 3 Things to Cause a Fire Oxygen - the air that we all breathe and need to live
Can there be a GOOD fire? A good fire is one that is used carefully and under controlled situations
Grill Good fire or bad fire?
Campfire Good fire or bad fire?
Fireplace Good fire or bad fire?
Cooking Good fire or bad fire?
REMEMBER - Good fires can turn into bad fires if you are not careful with them.
Safe at Home Review What did we learn this year? I will not play with matches and lighters.
Home Fire Hazard Inspections. What we will learn today We will learn how to keep our homes and families safer by conducting home inspections to find the.
Safe at Home Review What did we learn this year?.
Burn Prevention and Treatment. What we will learn today We will learn about the different types of burns, the three degrees of burns, and how you can.
What we will learn today
We learned that fire fighters are our friends
Fire’s Hidden Dangers. What we will learn today We will talk about what is so dangerous about fire and how fire produces different conditions that can.
How to use a Bunsen burner.
Heat is transferred in 3 ways: Conduction – touching the heat source Convection – being warmed by the heat coming in waves Radiation – being warmed by.
Mrs. Woods’ First Grade SCIENCE The Sun, Moon, and Stars.
Fire Triangle FuelHeat Fire! Oxygen 1 st Stage: Incipient 1 st stage No visible flame Little smoke Is not yet self-sustaining According to the National.
Air By Mr. Bronks Composition of Air Air breathed inAir breathed out 79% 21% 0.03%
Maintaining Smoke Alarms. What we will learn today We will talk about how important it is to maintain your smoke alarms in good working order - and that.
FIRE HAZARDS / RISKS DUE TO FIRE: BURNS OXYGEN STARVATION
Introduction to heat Is this heat? When I touch it, it burns me. I can feel the heat at a distance The hot gases rise.
THE TRIANGLE OF FIRE. Learning Objective: –Children will be made aware of the three elements that make up the Triangle of Fire. –Children will be made.
In Australia, fire is a significant hazard to people, property and the environment. A fire at home can mean more than just a few days off. You, could.
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