Read & Listen
When the fire alarm goes off, it’s Pete the Cat to the rescue! Watch Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete.
Toddler Activity: Listen to the song Hurry Hurry Drive the Firetruck. This is a good bonding and language activity. You can also come up with movements to combine with the song such as pretending to “Ding” the bell or “Climb ” the ladder. Have fun with it!
Connect the Dots
Connect the dots with your child on these firefighting worksheets. Count with your student at each dot!
Help your child put their firefighting skills to use as they put out chalk fires! Using some sidewalk chalk, draw fire on the ground and allow your child to use a hose or bucket to “Put out the fire”.
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