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   Fire Safety for Texans is a series of fire and burn prevention curriculum guides (K-12) developed by the State Fire Marshal´s Office (SFMO). The SFMO believes the key to reducing fires and fire deaths is through a comprehensive, age-appropriate approach to fire safety education. After extensive research and testing, with the help of teachers from across the state, this series is made available to those who teach fire safety. Each guide contains three sections:

  • Lesson Plans -- which includes all steps in the lesson cycle;
  • Teacher Materials -- which includes all teaching aids and test; and
  • Student Materials-Duplicating Masters -- which includes master copies of materials to be used by students.

Each grade-level program has been coordinated with essential elements and with the unique specific fire safety needs of that age group.

The State Fire Marshal's Office has made the entire series of fire and burn prevention curriculum guides available online, and free of charge. They are available in Portable Document Format (PDF).   

"Fire Safety For Texans" School Fire Safety Curriculum Guides
DescriptionGradeFile Format
Fire Safe TogetherKindergartenPDF
Fire Safety: Any Time, Any PlaceFirst GradePDF
Making Me Fire SafeSecond GradePDF
Positively Fire SafeThird GradePDF
Fire Safety: Stop the HeatFourth GradePDF
Charged Up for Fire SafetyFifth GradePDF
Fire Safety PowerSixth GradePDF
Responsible For Fire SafetySeventh GradePDF
Fire Safety's My JobEighth GradePDF
Fire Safety For ConsumersEconomics (High School)PDF
A Lifetime For Fire SafetyHealth (High School)PDF
Fire and Burn Prevention Education In TexasScope and SequencePDF
Fire Safety Brochures
DescriptionFile Format
Avoid Holiday Fire Disasters Through Safe Candle UsePDF
Christmas Fire Safety Tips: Setting Up and Decorating Your TreePDF
Christmas Tree Fire Safety Tips: Choosing a TreePDF
Fire DrillsPDF
Grillin and Chillin... Like a Boss (Summer Grilling Safety)PDF
Have a Warm and Safe Holiday SeasonPDF
Home Heater SafetyPDF
How Fire Safe Is Your Home?PDF
How Fire Safe Is Your Home? - Text OnlyPDF
Kids In The KitchenPDF
Preparing a Home Fire Escape PlanPDF
Preparing a Home Fire Escape Plan - Text OnlyPDF
The "Buzz" on Smoke AlarmsPDF
The "Buzz" on Smoke Alarms - Text OnlyPDF
The "Low Down" on Fire ExtinguishersPDF
The "Low Down" on Fire Extinguishers - Text OnlyPDF

A History of the State Fire Marshal’s Office

SFMO Reports

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Last updated: 01/17/2014

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