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Hey Kids Let's Learn How To Stay Safe!



FIRES ARE SCARY AND VERY DANGEROUS


They are loud and hot, and the smoke makes it very dark. Fires hurt and destroy things in your home. You and your family can help make your home safer from fire.

Where in your home do possible fire problems exist? What can you do to make sure that you and your family are less likely to be harmed by fire?



THROUGHOUT THE HOUSE

- Never put anything over a lamp, like clothes or a blanket, not even when playing.

- Don't touch radiators or heaters. Ask an adult to turn a heater on or off for you.

- Don't stand too close to the fireplace or a wood stove. You could get burned or your clothes could catch fire.

- Never touch matches, lighters, or candles. If you see matches or lighters in a room, tell an adult right away.


IN THE KITCHEN

- Don't cook alone or without asking an adult.

- Remind your parents to turn pot handles toward the center of the stove. They should never hang over the edge where someone could bump into them and knock them off the stove.


AROUND ELECTRICITY

- Don't play with electrical cords.

- Never stick anything into an electrical socket.

- Turn off lights, stereos, TVs and other electrical equipment when you are finished using them.




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