U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) - Fire Safe Seniors Program
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) developed the Fire Safe Seniors Program to help reduce injuries and loss of life and property due to fire.
Ready.gov for Kids –
Multidisciplinary lessons, games and activities that teach what to do before, during and after an emergency or disaster.
US Forest Service - Smokey Bear Resources
Get helpful teacher resources! We have several materials that meet national teaching standards. As a teacher, you can introduce a whole new generation of children to Smokey Bear and his message of Wildfire Prevention.
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Featured Resources and Programs
NFPA - Learn Not to Burn Program
Learn Not to Burn (LNTB) has served as the pillar of NFPA educational programs for more than 40 years. Our LNTB programs reach children using proven educational strategies that incorporate NFPA’s philosophy of teaching positive, practical fire safety messaging.
Learn Not to Burn Preschool Program Fire safety skills curriculum for children ages 3-5.
Learn Not to Burn Kindergarten Program Six fire safety messages using classroom lessons, activities, videos and home connections.
Learn Not to Burn Grade 1 Six fire safety messages using classroom lessons, activities and home connections
Learn Not to Burn videos
NFPA - Remembering When Program
Remembering When TM: A Fire and Fall Prevention Program for Older Adults, was developed by NFPA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help older adults live safely at home for as long as possible.
Download the Remembering When program book and supporting materials.
Remembering When program book (PDF, 2 MB)
Fire prevention message cards (PDF, 1 MB)
Fall prevention message cards (PDF, 1 MB)
Special in-state assistance is available from our fire safety education specialists to help local communities run a Remembering When program.
NFPA - Sparky School House
Teachers and parents: Visit the Sparky School House to download fire safety apps, eBooks, lesson plans and more.
NFPA - Community Tool Kits
NFPA has created several tool kits to help public safety educators conduct successful community education campaigns.
NFPA - Mini-Lesson Plans
Fire and Life Safety Educators are invited to speak at a variety of venues. Careful planning can make the difference between an excellent visit and a mediocre one. A 10 minute mini-lesson is challenging because you need to hook the audience, help them learn new information, and wrap-up in a concise manner.
NFPA's 10-, 30- and 60-minute mini-lesson plans on cooking, smoke alarms and more.
Fire Prevention Week Resources
This year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Don’t Wait – Check the Date! Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 Years,” represents the final year of our three-year effort to educate the public about basic but essential elements of smoke alarm safety. Promoting FPW There are simple steps you can take to promote this year's campaign.
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Safe Kids Worldwide - Fire Safety Program
Safe Kids Worldwide is a global organization dedicated to preventing injuries in children, Safe Kids works with an extensive network of more than 400 coalitions including Safe Kids Vermont to reduce injuries.
Featured Resources and Programs
Safe Kids Fire Safety Information and Resources
Home fires can start and spread quickly, which is why we all need to be careful and educated when it comes to fire safety. Just a little bit of planning can make a big difference for your family.
Start Safe: Fire Resources for Educators
The Start Safe: Fire program was designed to make it easy for fire service professionals to work with preschool teachers to share important fire and burn safety lessons with young children.
Each year, too many lives are disrupted by electrical fires and too many families mourn the loss of a loved one who is fatally injured by electricity on the job. Working together with our many safety partners, ESFI is making a difference in reducing electrically-related deaths, injuries and property losses.