Each season of the year has unique fire and electrical safety dangers that are related to common seasonal activities. The 4 Seasons of Safety program includes tips, lessons and activities that help students learn about basic fire and electricity concepts while also providing critical safety information that helps them learn to identify and prevent the fire and electrical safety hazards.
This dynamic safety awareness program for students in grades 3-5 requires minimal advance preparation and covers a broad range of topics that will help students understand critical principles of fire and electrical safety at home.
The Investigate with P.I. Plug - It's Electric! safety awareness program delivers critical electrical and fire safety information to elementary school children in grades 3-5.
Warm Up to Safety This Winter!, the second installment of the dynamic Investigate with P.I. Plug safety awareness program, delivers critical electrical and fire safety information to elementary school children in grades 3-5, focusing specifically on space heaters, smoke alarms, and safe heating practices.
This holiday safety awareness program, starring ESFI's quirky Private I. Plug mascot, delivers critical holiday fire and electrical safety messages to elementary school children in grades 3-5, focusing on decorating, cooking, space heaters, and smoke alarms.
Why is it important to understand the basics of electricity before learning about electrical safety? The world around us relies more and more on electricity. The more students know about which things rely on electricity, the more aware of the potential dangers they'll become, and the more likely they'll be to use it safely. This knowledge can prevent electrical fires and shocks/electrocutions from happening.
The What is Fire Safety? program resources, which are developmentally appropriate for students in grades 3-5, teach students about the critical importance of smoke alarms, fire escape planning, and fire drills.