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F.I.R.E.S. Friendly Information Regarding Emergencies and Safety Janna Powell LIBM 6371 Summer I Program Implementation
F.I.R.E.S Program held at Sloan-Hendrix Elementary/Middle School Library Imboden, Arkansas June 30, 2011 Grades K-3
Talking about things that can burn you
Reading “Fire Safety” by Nancy Loewen
Discussed fire safety tips Don’t play with fire Practice drills Get out safely Call for help Firefighters are our friends (and family) Stop, drop, and roll
Fire safety word search
Snack Time!!! Yum
A Day in the Life of a Fire Fighter by Linda Hayward
Fire fighter helmet Borrowed from Lt.. Bill Powell of the Imboden Volunteer Fire Department
Boots and gloves with authentic smoke smell Borrowed from Lt. Bill Powell of the Imboden Volunteer Fire Department
Fire Truck Coloring Page Showing the girls that fire trucks can be red or yellow.
Evaluation Because of the age of the participants in the program, I conducted an oral evaluation. Both girls stated that they enjoyed the program and would like to see programs like this during the school year in the library. Janna Powell
References Cathie, S. (2011). Fire safety tips for preschool through the fourth grade. Retrieved June 9, 2011, from eHow family website: preschool-through-fourth- preschool-through-fourth-grade.html. Crayola. (2011). Fire Safety Word Search. Retrieved June 17, 2011 from Crayola Coloring Pages Website: coloring-page/. Hayward, L. (2001). A Day in the Life of a Firefighter. New York: DK Publishing. Loewen, N. (1997). Fire safety. The Child’s World. Scholastic. (2009). Hot, not, or silly. Retrieved June 9, 2011 from Scholastic Lesson Plans website 2/Hot,Not,orSilly.jpg. TwistyNoodle. (2011). I learned about fire safety! Retrieved June 17, 2011 from TwistyNoodle Coloring Pages website: vehicles/i-learned-about-fire-safety-coloring-pages/.
Special Thanks to the following parents and community members Mrs. Yarbro and her daughter Mrs. Phares and her daughter
The Imboden Volunteer Fire Department and Lt. Bill Powell Sloan-Hendrix School, Supt. Mitch Walton, and Principal Rick Tate
Take home items The children received a safety tips reminder card to take home along with a new box of crayons, a new pencil, and their coloring sheets, word search, and Hot, Not, or Silly game.