Year 4

Fireproof

Children will learn how to reduce the risk of fires in their homes by identifying hazards and rectifying them. They will know the importance of smoke detectors and listen to a firefighter's safety advice. They will then create their own evacuation plan for their house.

Year 4

Fireproof

Children will learn how to reduce the risk of fires in their homes by identifying hazards and rectifying them. They will know the importance of smoke detectors and listen to a firefighter's safety advice. They will then create their own evacuation plan for their house.

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. Learning Outcomes By the end of this lesson, pupils will be able to: - state some common reasons why fires happen in the home - identify measures that can help prevent fires in the home - understand the need for smoke alarms in the home - write a letter to the local fire chief persuading him to fit smoke alarms in every home.

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3 Questions

Q1.
What does a triangle sign mean?
Drive forward
Stop
Correct answer: Warning
Q2.
What three things will keep you safe on your bike?
Correct answer: A helmet, bright coloured clothes and reflective lights
A mobile phone
Your coat, your shoes and your gloves
Q3.
What is the minimum height for an adult seat?
1 cm tall
1 inch tall
Correct answer: 135 cm tall

3 Questions

Q1.
Can you overload an extension lead?
Maybe if you run out of wall plug sockets
Correct answer: No absolutely not
Yes of course, that is what they are for
Q2.
Where is the safest place to charge your mobile phone?
Behind the cushions
Correct answer: On the bedside cabinet
Under your pillow
Q3.
What should you do if there is a fire in your home?
Correct answer: Get out, stay out and call 999
Put the fire out myself
Run around shouting FIRE FIRE!!!