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Denise Cummins

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Get Firewise - What is Fire - 2: Safe or Unsafe?

A safe fire can be described as a fire that is: - in a suitable place - not so large that it is out control - being watched and controlled by a responsible adult. In this activity you will be able to say if a fire is safe or unsafe and explain why you think that. You will share what you know about fires and how we can be safe around them, After you have read or listened to these instructions, tap add to begin the activity. Use label to type your answer or open the 3dots menu to use the 🔊 voice tool. Use the move tool to select and move items into their correct place. When you are ready to add this activity to your Journal tap the check button.

Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, Social Studies
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This activity has been created to accompany the New Zealand Get Firewise Year 1 and 2 teaching kit. It aligns with Section 1: What is fire?. I should be assigned to be completed independently after a teacher led discussion of Photographs 3, 4 and 5. For more information on the Get Firewise, Year 1 and 2 teaching programme visit www.getfirewise.org.nz. The images I have used for this activity are part of the teacher's kit.

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