Smoke Alarms are Important Brochures


Smoke Alarms are Important Brochures help kids remember what to do when the smoke alarm goes off. A special Web address links to an original music video!

Smoke is often the first sign that there’s a fire — and smoke spreads fast and can be even more dangerous than the flames. Hand out these NFPA brochures to teach kids smoke alarm basics and the fire safe behaviours that can save their lives. The catchy online music video reinforces awareness and helps spread the word.

Activity-filled brochures stress the importance of smoke alarms in every home.

A fill-in-the-blanks word activity helps kids apply their knowledge about what to do if the smoke alarm sounds. Then, they’ll use critical thinking skills to answer questions about smoke alarms and their own home fire safety escape plan. A message for grown-ups provides additional facts and ways to reinforce safety behaviors.

Smoke alarms save lives, so it’s vital for kids to understand:

  • Smoke alarms are needed on every level of your home.
  • It is important to have a smoke alarm where you sleep so it will wake you up if there is a fire
  • Get out and stay out when you hear the loud beep, beep, beep of the smoke alarm.

A Web address invites kids to go online to watch the Beep, Beep, Beep music video and learn the original song!

The catchy original tune and upbeat action in NFPA’s Beep, Beep, Beep music video remind kids that the sound when there’s smoke is no joke! Each brochure has the song lyrics so kids can sing along.

It’s a fire safety message to share with the whole family. NFPA’s new brochures meet Common Core standards for education.

(Grades 1-3, Package of 100)


Item #: BR55

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