One of the things we care about the most, is your safety!
Remember all the things we've taught you to do if ever a fire starts in your home. Knowing what to do can save your life.
And don't forget, "If you want to be good at anything, you have to practice!"
Type: B/W coloring page
"Hi boys and girls! I hope you're taking time to learn as much as you can about how to be safe."
William Smith, known as "Firefighter Bill" by children, is a real firefighter serving the city of Roseville, California. To read more about Firefighter Bill, click here.
"Hi there kids! I'm so glad you're here, and I hope you learn all you need for you to be fire safe!
Ashleigh Koskey (Firefighter Ashleigh) is currently staying home to take care of her new baby boy, Jesse. To learn more about Ashleigh, click here.
"Hey kids, this is Firefighter Kevin here."
"I hope you're having a good time checking out our web site, and I hope you're learning also. That's why we're here. We're here to help you learn, and to help you be safe."
Kevin Menet, known to kids as "Firefighter Kevin," is a real firefighter currently serving Nevada County, California. To learn more about Firefighter Kevin, click here.
Firefighter Ashleigh is here to let you know that anyone can be a firefighter, boys and girls!
And with firefighter Asleigh are to girls, Sammy and Josie. They both want to be firefighters when they grow up.
We are so happy to have three new members on our team!
Trevor, Chanse and Gracie know how important fire safety is, and they want you to know too! So they're here to help make sure you learn how to be safe from fire.
Trevor, Chanse and Gracie love to play with toys, and they each have a favorite toy. Do you?
Well, Firefighter Bill wants you to know, that if the smoke detector in your home makes a loud noise, or if you see or smell smoke, never stop to get your toys.
What's important is that you get out of your home as quickly as you can. And don't ever go back in if you forgot something. Wait for an adult to tell you it's safe before ever going back in.
All firefighters go to school to learn about fire safety, how to fight fires and how to help people.
And just like Firefighter Kevin, Timmy studies really hard in school, so he can grow up and be a firefighter.
Tools are very important to firefighters. They help them to do their job.
One important tool is a fire hydrant! Firefighters hook up their hoses to a hydrant to get water so they can put out a fire.
Make sure to tell your mom and dad never to park their car next to a hydrant.
Did you know that firefighters are your friends? They are, and they'll be there to help if you need it.
And if there's ever a fire at your house, don't hide. Remember, firefighters are your friends and they are there to help.
If you ever see a firefighter at the store, or at the park, or in front of the firestation washing their engine, it's OK to say "Hi." There's no reason to be afraid.
In fact, firefighters like it when you smile and say hi to them. Why? Because firefighters are your friends.
Trevor is the brother of Chanse and Gracie. He loves baseball.
Chanse is the brother of Gracie and Trevor. He loves soccer.
Gracie is the younger sister of Trevor and Chanse. Like most little girls, she loves playing with her dolls.
This is our fire station puppy.
Pretty cute huh? We think so.
And even though our puppy's spots are black, you can color them any color you would like. In fact, the crazier the better!
Do you know how important fire safety is? Fire safety is so important that it could help save your life is ever there's a fire in your home.
So as you color this page, think about all the things you can do to be safe, like never playing with matches, "Stay Low and Go," and "Get Out and Stay Out!" Those are all good safety messages.
Learning is very important, and it can also be very fun.
Here at Club Firefacts, learning is both! It's important and fun.
Being fire safe is definately a team effort. And we want you on our team!
Be a part of "Team FireFacts" by being fire safe, and telling others about fire safety!
Make sure you tell your friends not to play with fire. And if you see matches or a lighter laying around, be sure to tell an adult.
Look closely around the room and find as many hazards as you can. Once you've found all the things that could start a fire, don't forget to color the page.
Have you ever wondered how big a fire engine is?
While engines come in all shapes and sizes, this coloring page shows you just how big is specific model of engine is.