Know Your Way Out Fire Safety

Would you know what to do if you heard a smoke alarm? Fortunately Ben and his friend knew how to keep their family safe when disaster struck. A cleverly illustrated book telling the story of Ben and his family and how they reacted quickly to a fire in their house. Thanks to Ben and his friend they managed to evacuate everyone to safety. Within this bundle for Know Your Way Out, there are different lesson plans and activities to assist you, in your delivery of this really important fire safety lesson, which is linked to several areas of the curriculum.

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This bundle includes the following lesson plans

Lesson Plan

Know Your Way Out – Reading

This lesson plan contains details needed to support the delivery of an English comprehension lesson based on the story ‘Know Your Way Out’. Use the book and the storyboard sequencing resources linked to this lesson plan to encourage the children …

Lesson Plan

Know Your Way Out – Writing Lesson

This lesson is based around the story ‘Know Your Way Out’ which tells the tale of a young boy and his friend that save their family from a fire because they knew exactly what to do when they heard the …

Lesson Plan

Fire Action Plan

This lesson plan and associated resources teach children how to develop a fire action plan and why it is necessary. The story ‘Know Your Way Out’ can be used alongside this activity to further demonstrate the main elements of a …

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The main events of the ‘Know Your Way Out’ story can be identified, this activity can be folded into a book to underpin the key messages. You can even tell the story in your own words.

A creative sequencing activity to be completed after reading the story ‘Know Your Way Out’

Planning your escape route from a building is a vital part of learning about keeping safe. If the smoke alarm goes off at home, do you know your quickest route out?

Planning your escape route from a building is a vital part of learning about keeping safe. If the smoke alarm goes off at home, do you know your quickest route out?

These notes should be used to deliver the story ‘Know your way out’. They include a full narrative to accompany the story and questions to develop the children’s understanding.

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