Responding to emergencies, bravely putting out fires, rescuing people in need- everyone loves role-playing a Firefighgter. Offering children the chance to really take on the persona and confidence that a Firefighter needs requires a hardwearing Firefighter costume. To make the whole Firefighter experience as realistic as possible our Fire Station pdf’s, available in English or Irish allow you to set up a role play area quickly and easily.
Our large format “I am a….”poster is designed to introduce the theme of The Fire Station and some of the new vocabulary so that children can discuss the theme of Firefighters.
The Fire Station resource pack is free to download for our Imagination in Action email newsletter subscribers. The pack is a digital resource and it will be emailed to you when you sign up. You can download it, save it and print it as and when you need. We recommend printing onto cardstock and laminating the room signs which can be used again and again. If you would like to receive this pack free you can sign-up below for the English language version or the Irish language version. Once you have signed up you will receive an email with the pdf resources, if you do not receive an email please check your spam/junk mail. To make sure you receive information about future free resources please add us to your contacts list in your email.
Make your own Fire Station
Our printable Fire Station pack includes lots of resources so that you can easily set up a Fire Station dramatic-play area of your own. In addition to the “I am a…” theme poster there is another large format poster,
What is included
The A4 posters included in the pack promote fire safety and help children identify some key safety signage in their own environment.
Once they have completed their training every little Firefighter deserves a certificate of their own. The certificates included in the Fire Station pdf can be printed off, personalised and even framed!
Like all of our resource packs the Fire Station pdf includes lots of mark-making and writing opportunities.
The fire safety checklist can be used as part of fire safety training, a fire drill or as a way to simply discuss the equipment which can be found in the environment. With lots of things to find and check off, the little Firefighter will be doing an important job ensuring everyone stays safe.
We always recommend using real-life and authentic props whenever possible. In the case of the Firefighters, you might not want to go so far as using fore extinguishers but you could think about using a discharged kitchen-sized extinguisher under adult supervision. Garden hoses and wellies make great, practical accessories. Don’t forget to set up a call centre area with a desk and chair for a workstation, an old computer monitor, a keyboard and some stationary. Folders and a clipboard would be going that bit further and if you can get hold of an old phone all the better. Everything you need in terms of forms, signs, and posters are in the pdf pack.
Available As Gaeilge
“The packs are such a useful resource but to have them available in Irish is just amazing. Using them saves me so much time and I am so happy with the standard of the Irish, it is really brilliant.
~Laura O’S, Teacher. ”
As an added bonus if you share a picture of one of our uniforms or printables in action we will enter you into a monthly draw for a costume of your choice. There are 3 ways to enter