Welcome to the Amarillo Fire Department Kid’s Fire-Safety Page!!! On this page you will find information about how to stay safe and have fun at the same time!
Fun Sites for kids!
Click HERE to visit a site full of fire safety information for kids, parents, and teachers.
Click HERE to go to Sparky the Fire Dog’s site!
He has his own site just for you!
There you can find games, activities, and other fun stuff to do! You can also learn about Sparky’s history and how he came to be the great fire dog he has become!
Click HERE to go to the U.S. Fire Administration for Kids’ site!
There you can find more fire safety tips and many fun activities to keep you busy and safe!
Click HERE to go to Smokey the Bear’s site to find out all about him!
He has been around a LONG time and has seen a lot of fires.
His favorite thing to say is:
“Only YOU can prevent forest fires.”
|Sparky the Fire Dog||U.S. Fire Administration for Kids||Smokey the Bear|
Every kid needs to know what a smoke alarm is! Smoke alarms “smell” smoke and make a loud noise to let everyone in your house know that there is a FIRE!
Every home should have a smoke alarm in or near every room and on each level of your house to let you know if there is a fire.
Do you have smoke alarms in your home?
Ask Mom and Dad where they are at!!! If you don’t have them ask your parents to buy them to stay safe!
Do you know what your smoke alarm sounds like?
Ask your parents to push the button so that you can hear the sound it makes!
If you are asleep and ever hear that sound you will know that it is time to GET OUT AND STAY OUT of your home so that you can stay safe!
Be a hero! Remind your parents to check the smoke alarm batteries!
Exit Drills In The Home!
If there is a fire in your home where will you go? How will you get out? Click HERE to use AFD’s Home Escape Plan!
Making a plan with your family is the best way to make sure your family knows how to escape if your house is on fire.
Everyone that lives in your home should help make the plan so that EVERYONE knows how to GET OUT and where to meet outside of your house.