Friday Freebie: Community Helpers: Firefighter Resources

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Emergent Reader from Mrs Wills’ Kindergarten

Fire Safety from Kindergarten Nana
Here are tons and tons of ideas.

Unit Study: Fire from Lawteedah
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Lesson Plan
Fire Truck Colors
Fire Truck Counting
Fire Hydrant Patterns

Preschool Corner ~ Firemen Lapbook from Homeschool Creations
Front cover: The 16 piece fire engine puzzle was pieced together and then glued to the cover.

Back cover: The shadow matching game is glued to the back cover.

Inside: Along the top we glued the pattern strips. Underneath we added the color booklet, some clip art and the pocket that holds the pieces for the pattern strip.

The bottom of the inside holds the word card pocket, the name spelling pieces, and the counting cards.

A Patriotic Thank You from Simply Sprout
Have your little patriots write or draw how grateful they are to the firemen and women in your community. Our class has written thank you notes to military personnel, firemen, and police officers for years on Patriot’s Day and I can’t tell you how meaningful it is to those who give and those who receive the thanks. Gather these precious notes and drop them by your local fire station. You will see that a simple thank you can change many people’s lives!

Label Firefighter from Kreative in Kinder on Teachers Pay Teachers
Labeling is an important part of learning to write. Here is a simple worksheet where students can label the firefighter and his equipment.

Firefighter Number Patterns: Freebie! from Primary Perspective on Teachers Pay Teachers
This is a set of firefighter number cards to help young learners practice counting by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s!

Firefighter Labeling Mini Unit from Adventures in Kindergarten on Teachers Pay Teachers
Two super cute labeling worksheets plus a word bank to help your little ones learn how to label. Perfect for literacy centers, writer’s workshop or homework.

Firefighters! from Ashlie Hill on Teachers Pay Teachers
While learning about fire safety, use this notebook to develop an understanding of what firefighters can do, what they have and what they are! Students engage in great discussions! We used this during our fire safety unit. After visiting the fire station, the students had some great ideas about firemen!

FREEBIE: Firefighter Word Wall Writing Center from Brenda Tejeda on Teachers Pay Teachers
Who doesn’t love firefighters? Your students will love to write about what firefighters do, or about their imaginary day as a firefighter with this fun writing center.

Students can use the full-color word wall to help them with spelling and ideas, and write on the Community Helper-themed stationary.

Firefighter Community Helper Color-By-Sight-Word [FREEBIE!] from Morgan Ramsay on Teachers Pay Teachers
I made this little firefighter color by sight word activity for our community helpers unit. My kids love these and it’s a great way to reinforce basic sight words. Enjoy this freebie! Thanks for your support!

Firefighter Questions from Nicole Roach on Teachers Pay Teachers
Wh- question (what do, who, what) worksheet to go along with community helpers theme and firefighters discussion. Visit a fire station, read a book, or talk about firefighters and use this worksheet to review.

Letter Paper for Firefighter from Emma Davis on Teachers Pay Teachers
This letter-writing paper is perfect for Fire Safety month! Have your students write a letter of appreciation to your local fire company, or thank the firefighters that come to visit your school!

Firefighter Parabolas from Richard Wade on Teachers Pay Teachers
This is a perfect activity to discover the properties of quadratic graphs. An investigation to 1) describe the axis of symmetry, 2) find the vertex form and 3) describe the zeros of a quadratic function. It includes fun quizzes and is concluded with a firefighter game where Sam must aim the water jet correctly to put out the fire. Great fun!

Firefighter Crossword Puzzle from Lori Lynch on Teachers Pay Teachers
Enjoy this free crossword puzzle with a firefighter theme.

Freebie Little Firefighters Match Numbers to Ten Frames from Learning Harbor Resources for Teachers on Teachers Pay Teachers
This freebie contains math game cards for 1 – 10 with a fun little fire fighters theme. The numbers are represented on the cards by either a numeral or a ten frame. The cards can be used for pocket chart practice, placed around the room for a number hunt, or used for a game of memory match, or swat. For swat – arrange the cards on a table or the floor. When a teacher calls out a number, one or two students at a time try to swat the correct card with a fly swat.

Firefighters {A Making Words Activity!} from A Sunny Day in First Grade on Teachers Pay Teachers
This is a fun making words activity to use during fire safety week! Students will make words with the letters in the word FIREFIGHTERS. Recording sheet included 🙂

Color by Number Firefighter from Maria Manore on Teachers Pay Teachers
Teach about fire safety while working on color words with this cute color by number firefighter page. A quick, cute, fun way to review color words; this 8.5×11″ printout separates into 2 coloring pages to conserve paper and coloring time without sacrificing any of the fun or skill practice.

For additional fire safety resources, check out my firefighter-themed Interactive Sight Word Reader, Who is the Hero?

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Firefighter Labeling Mini Unit from Adventures in Kindergarten on Teachers Pay Teachers
Two number puzzles are included for easy differentiation. Students can assemble and reassemble as puzzles, or cut and glue onto construction paper. This is an awesome way to practice numeracy and numerical order. Perfect for math tubs, math workshop or homework.

Fire Fighters Paper Doll Craft from DLTK
This is a simple cut and paste paper craft that can be done “just for fun”, for a fire safety theme or for a community helpers theme.

There are a few different dolls you can dress up — make your favorite or create a whole crew of firemen and women!

Fireman Toilet Paper Roll Craft from DLTK
“Jackie” asked if I had a fireman toilet paper roll craft, so I put this one together. It’s a bit more like a “firechild” than a fireman, but I thought it might appeal. The face is made so that it could pass for a boy or a girl depending on who the junior fire fighter/crafter is.

Fire Fighter Coloring Pages from

Fire Fighter Thank-you Cards from DLTL
Even if you have a colour printer, you may prefer the black and white version which the kids can colour in themselves…

Fire Magnet Pages from Making learning Fun
To use a magnet page, begin by printing off the worksheet. Purchase circular Expo Brand whiteboard magnets. I have seen them at Sam’s Club, sometimes packaged with push pins, or on EBay. Have the children put the paper on a cookie sheet. I recommend the Bakers Secret brand one that is 9×13. Have the children complete the picture by putting a magnet in each circle. Some people use pompoms or bingo markers with them. This activity is designed to promote one to one correspondence and letter recognition. If you have older kids, these magnets can also be used with the Magnet Mosaics.

Coloring Sheets – Firefighter from 123 Homeschool 4 Me

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