Fire Safety Week is in October and a perfect time to create this cute firetruck craft where your child gets to be the firefighter! Use our printable template and easy step by step instructions to make this adorable fire truck craft.
Craft the Matchbox Fire Safety Tips Craft to teach your toddler or preschooler important facts about fire safety. This cute craft resembles matches, but includes little facts to make your children fire savvy. Once complete, children will have a handy carrying box for their important fire safety tips!
Children can practice Stop, Drop, and Roll along with their own toy in the Stop, Drop, and Roll Tumbler Toy craft. This fun craft is made from felt, a marble, colored cardstock, and markers. Once complete, children of all ages will be tumbling right along with their toy.
Entertain your children for an afternoon and remind them about the important rules of fire safety with the Stop, Drop, and Roll Bowling craft. Made from tissue paper, recycled water bottles, and glue, these adorable fire-themed bowling pins are sure to excite children of all ages!
Thank the volunteers and fire fighters that keep you safe with the Fire Department Pop-Up Thank You Card. This cute card features a fun pop-up which is sure to make both your child and the recipients smile with delight. Make your own pop-up card from colored cardstock, markers, scissors, and glue!
Children will love moving the firefighter move up and down the pole to get ready to fight fires in the Fire Fighter in Action Pole Sliding Craft. This easy-to-make craft is made from a paper towel roll, cardstock, markers, and string. Children of all ages will delight in both making and playing with this fun craft!
"Ruff! Ruff!" says Sparky the Dalmatian in the Sparky the Dalmatian Bowl Craft! Craft this cute Dalmatian bowl craft with the toddler in your life. Made from a paper bowl, colored paper, markers, and glue, this fun craft is a great addition to any fire safety lesson!
This cute fire safety dog puppet craft is fun to make during Fire Safety Week. Children use a white paper lunch bag, construction paper and buttons to create the project. When finished, these dogs look nice on a fire safety themed bulletin board or can be used for a puppet show.
Craft this fun magnet from tissue paper, glue, cardstock, and a sticky back magnet. Once complete, hang it on the refrigerator to remind your little ones about how to stay safe in case of a fire!