When You Hear a Smoke Alarm, Get Out and Stay Out

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1 LARN NOT TO BURN PRSCHOOL PRORAM When You Hear a Smoke Alarm, et Out and Stay Out Objectives The child will identify the sound of a smoke alarm. The child will demonstrate what to do (get out and stay out) at the sound of a smoke alarm. Action With the assistance of a teacher or daycare provider, the child will demonstrate what to do when a smoke alarm sounds. Information for the teacher Most likely, young children won t be home alone and if a smoke alarm sounds, parents or caregivers will assist them, especially while escaping the home under fire conditions. In most cases, children will not have to get out on their own. However, it is important that the child knows what to do and where to go in case the child becomes separated from the caregiver or the caregiver is unable to get to the child. Understand the proper reactions to a sounding smoke alarm - children must understand that when a smoke alarm sounds or beeps and there is smoke or fire, they should go outside immediately with the rest of their family. There is no time to stop for toys, pets, or other things. Young children are often frightened by strange, loud noises. They may freeze, hide, or make other inappropriate responses that could endanger their safety. It is important that children become familiar with the sound of a smoke alarm and know what to do when they hear it. Additional Information for the teacher The following information is not essential to the lesson, however, you may find that during lessons on smoke alarms, children ask questions that may be difficult to answer. Here are some questions frequently asked by children and recommended answers that will help them understand what they should do. 1. What if I have a baby brother or sister who doesn t know what to do when the smoke alarm beeps? What will happen to them? Tell the children that the grown-ups in their home will hear the sound and bring the baby and anyone else who needs help outside. If someone is unable to get out for some reason, it is the firefighters job to get them out of the home. Reinforce that children have only one job and that is to get out with their family and to stay out. 2. Our smoke alarm goes off sometimes when Mommy or Daddy is cooking. Should we go outside? xplain that when a grown-up is cooking and the smoke alarm sounds, he or she is there to determine if everyone should get out quickly. rown-ups can make this decision. If a grown-up says to go outside when the smoke alarm beeps, the best thing to do is act right away. 3. What will happen to my pet (dog, cat, fish, or other pets) if I don t bring them outside with me? Children might become upset when they are told to leave their pets behind. xplain that many pets will leave the home with the family because the animal can tell that there is some kind of danger. Also, comfort the children by explaining that firefighters will likely save the pets when they can. Letter to Parents and Caregivers Once you have finished teaching this lesson, please send the letter on page 18 home with the children. National Fire Protection Association 1 Batterymarch Park Quincy, MA THIS LSSON MAY B COPID FOR NON-COMMRCIAL DUCATIONAL PURPOSS. 1

2 LARN NOT TO BURN PRSCHOOL PRORAM When You Hear a Smoke Alarm, et Out and Stay Out LSSON PLAN 1 - IDNTIFYIN TH SOUND OF A SMOK ALARM Materials Photos of the following items or objects that make a sound--smoke alarm, dog, crying baby, car and a fire truck MP3 files of sounds familiar to pre-school aged children- smoke alarm, barking dog, crying baby, car and a fire truck. MP3 player, computer, or CD player Working smoke alarm Activities Teach children to identify the sound of a smoke alarm. Show the photos of objects that make sounds included with this lesson on pages 3-7 and ask the children to make the appropriate sounds. Then, go to and download the MP3 file of the smoke alarm sound and other familiar sounds and ask the children to identify each sound. Be sure to play the sound of the smoke alarm several times to provide the necessary repetition and develop the concept that the smoke alarm is an important item that will protect them and their families. Activity Discussion Ask children what they think they should do when they hear the smoke alarm. Children should answer that they should stop what they are doing and go outside to their meeting place with their family. Read this story to see if children know to et Out and Stay Out : Audrey was playing with her toys when the smoke alarm went beep, beep, beep----beep, beep, beep. She knew that meant that she and her family should go outside right away. Her mom and dad also heard the smoke alarm and they all went outside to their meeting place, which was the big tree in front of their house. Ask: Did Audrey do the right thing when she heard the smoke alarm? What do you think? When the children demonstrate that they understand to et Out and Stay Out, have them role play that they are asleep in their beds in their own homes. Let the classroom door represent their door at home. Tell a story about a night when they were asleep along with the rest of their family and sound a real smoke alarm. Ask the children to demonstrate what they would do. They should call for mom or dad (or caregiver) and get out and stay out. (Check for accurate reactions upon activating the smoke alarm.) National Fire Protection Association 1 Batterymarch Park Quincy, MA THIS LSSON MAY B COPID FOR NON-COMMRCIAL DUCATIONAL PURPOSS. 2

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8 LARN NOT TO BURN PRSCHOOL PRORAM When You Hear a Smoke Alarm, et Out and Stay Out LSSON PLAN 2 - TACHIN TH FIRST SMOK ALARM SON Materials MP3 file of The Smoke Alarm Song MP3 player, computer, or CD player Color illustrations of snoring bear, singing frog, and boy with smoke alarm sounding (see pages 10-12) Black and white illustrations of snoring bear, singing frog, and boy with smoke alarm sounding (see pages 13-15) Activities Hold up the picture of the bear and ask the children what they notice. Once the children notice the smoke alarm in the picture, ask them to make the sound of the alarm. Then show the picture of the frog and ask the children what they notice. When they ve answered the smoke alarm, ask them to make the sound of the smoke alarm. Show the picture of the little boy and discuss the smoke alarm and ask them what they should do when they hear the alarm. After discussing smoke alarms, the sound they make, and what children should do, download the MP3 file of The Smoke Alarm Song from Play The Smoke Alarm Song for the children and teach them to sing part or all of the song. Children can sing along and imitate the snoring, the smoke alarm, and frog sounds as the teacher cues them by holding up the corresponding picture of the frog, bear, or the child leaving the room. Use the black and white pictures for coloring sheets. Activity Discussion Discuss how to get out quickly with their family, not stopping to get toys, and going to a meeting place once outside. Follow a similar discussion using the picture of the bear and the frog. When you discuss the picture of the little boy, ask similar questions, but include other questions, such as: Should the little boy go outside even if he is only wearing pajamas? Should he stop to put on shoes and a coat? Where should the little boy and his family go once outside? What if the little boy goes outside and wants to go back inside to get something, like his football or his fire truck toy, should he go back in the house to get them? National Fire Protection Association 1 Batterymarch Park Quincy, MA THIS LSSON MAY B COPID FOR NON-COMMRCIAL DUCATIONAL PURPOSS. 8

9 LARN NOT TO BURN PRSCHOOL PRORAM When You Hear a Smoke Alarm, et Out and Stay Out Song words with chords: o to to download the recorded song by Jim Post. The Smoke Alarm Song What if you re asleep in the middle of the night Snoring like bear in this wooly underwear (zzz zzz zzz zzz), D And a fire breaks out in your house, D And you re snoring like a bear in this wooly underwear (zzz zzz zzz zzz), D And a fire breaks out in your house, Playing with a friend in the middle of the day, Singing like a frog, sitting on a log (ribbit, ribbit, ribbit, ribbit), D And a fire breaks out in your house, D And you re singing like a frog, sitting on a log (ribbit, ribbit, ribbit, ribbit) And a fire breaks out in your house, C You need a smoke alarm (beep beep beep) A smoke alarm (beep beep beep), C A smoke alarm (beep beep beep), D To wake you up in the middle of the night. C You need a smoke alarm (beep beep beep) A smoke alarm (beep beep beep) C A smoke alarm (beep beep beep) D To let you know there s a fire in your house. (Repeat) National Fire Protection Association 1 Batterymarch Park Quincy, MA THIS LSSON MAY B COPID FOR NON-COMMRCIAL DUCATIONAL PURPOSS. 9

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16 LARN NOT TO BURN PRSCHOOL PRORAM When You Hear a Smoke Alarm, et Out and Stay Out LSSON PLAN 3 - TACHIN TH SCOND SMOK ALARM SON: DO YOU HAV A SMOK ALARM? Materials MP3 file of Do You Have A Smoke Alarm song MP3 player, computer, or CD player Activities Download the MP3 file of the Do You Have a Smoke Alarm song from Play the Do You Have a Smoke Alarm song for the children and teach them to sing part or all of the song. Suggest the names of other people the children can use in the song (grandmother, auntie, or another teacher). Activity Discussion If time allows, ask the children if they have a particular name they d like to use in the song (randma Rita, Uncle Jack, and so on.) xample: Ask randma Rita do you have a smoke alarm? or Ask Uncle Jack to show you how it sounds? National Fire Protection Association 1 Batterymarch Park Quincy, MA THIS LSSON MAY B COPID FOR NON-COMMRCIAL DUCATIONAL PURPOSS. 16

17 LARN NOT TO BURN PRSCHOOL PRORAM When You Hear a Smoke Alarm, et Out and Stay Out Song words with chords: o to to download the recorded song by Jim Post. Do You Have a Smoke Alarm? A Ask your mom or dad, do you have a smoke alarm? B7 Ask your mom or dad, do you have a smoke alarm? A Ask your mom or dad, do you have a smoke alarm? B7 A smoke alarm in your house. A Ask your mom or dad to show you how it works. B7 Ask your mom or dad to show you how it works. A Ask your mom or dad to show you how it works. B7 A smoke alarm in your house. A Ask your mom or dad to show you how it sounds. B7 Ask your mom or dad to show you how it sounds. A Ask your mom or dad to show you how it sounds. B7 A smoke alarm in your house, in your condo, in your apartment, in your home. Ask your mom or dad! National Fire Protection Association 1 Batterymarch Park Quincy, MA THIS LSSON MAY B COPID FOR NON-COMMRCIAL DUCATIONAL PURPOSS. 17

18 LARN NOT TO BURN PRSCHOOL PRORAM When You Hear a Smoke Alarm, et Out and Stay Out Dear Parent or uardian, Our class is learning about fire safety through the National Fire Protection Association s Learn Not to Burn Preschool Program. Today the children learned about the importance of recognizing the sound of the smoke alarm and what to do when they hear this sound. To help reinforce these important lessons, please talk to your child about the smoke alarm in your home. Information for the child What do the smoke alarms in our home sound like? Push the test button on your smoke alarm so your child will know the sound of the smoke alarms in your home. Tell your child that the smoke alarm is not a scary sound, but an important sound for your home. When the smoke alarm beeps, everyone should go outside. Once you get outside, you must stay outside. et Out and Stay Out. Information for parents or guardians Be sure to install smoke alarms outside each sleeping area, inside each bedroom and on every level of your home, including the basement. Test them at least monthly and make sure everyone can hear them. Children may not wake up to the sound of a smoke alarm, so you must plan for an adult to wake them and help them get out. Practice this so children will be familiar with the sound and what will happen in your home when the smoke alarm sounds. For the best protection, install interconnected smoke alarms--when one sounds, they all sound. Interconnected alarms are available as hard-wired alarms or as wireless battery- powered alarms. The best way to ensure that your child understands what to do when the smoke alarm sounds is to practice a home fire drill. When your child goes through the motions of leaving the home with you as the smoke alarm sounds, it will help your child know what action to take if there is a real fire. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about today s lesson. Sincerely, (Teacher s name) P.S. Please visit the NFPA website (www.nfpa.org) for important information about smoke alarm placement and installation and visit Sparky the Fire Dog s website (www.sparky.org) for fire safety fun. The Learn Not to Burn Preschool Program is a program of the National Fire Protection Association, NFPA, Quincy, MA. National Fire Protection Association 1 Batterymarch Park Quincy, MA THIS LSSON MAY B COPID FOR NON-COMMRCIAL DUCATIONAL PURPOSS. 18

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