Fire & Life Safety Kids Corner

Fire Safety Kids Corner

We care about your safety! Learning to be fire safe can be fun. Here we have games, videos and activities to help you and your family learn to be fire safe.

Super Safe Loudoun Zine

October is Fire Prevention Month. This year the Super Safe Loudoun Zine is taking over with a fun and interactive experience for kids. Just interested in the Kids Fire Prevention videos from the Super Safe Loudoun Zine? Check out the Super Safe Loudoun YouTube playlist.  

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Meet Firefighter Seaver!

Learn about the special personal protective equipment or PPE a firefighter wears to go to an emergency scene, while you help Firefighter Seaver get dressed. Do you know how a firefighter gets dressed?

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Books and Badges

Listen to Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System Members read books with valuable lessons.

Kids Fire and Life Safety Videos

Go on an Ambulance Tour, explore a fire engine and see behind the scenes of a fire station. We have many fun and educational videos for kids on our Kids Fire and Life Safety Video Playlist.

Is Your Home Fire Safe?

Take a look inside this home to determine what fire hazards may exist in each room. English (PDF) | Spanish (PDF)

Sesame Street Fire Safety Station

Use this activity book to teach children ages 3 to 5 about fire safety. English (PDF) | Spanish (PDF)

Marty & Jett’s Activity Book

Marty and Jett know all about fire safety. Complete each activity to learn all their fire safety tips and become a Junior Fire Marshal. English (PDF) | Spanish (PDF)

Fire Truck Fold Up

Build your own fire truck while learning important fire safety tips. English (PDF) | Spanish (PDF)

Other Activities

Activity sheets and fire safety tips are shared with the permission of the United States Fire Administration.

For more fire safety tips, games, and activities visit the NFPA website.

To learn how to make your own emergency kit and for other useful emergency preparedness information, games, and activities, visit the Ready website.

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