6 edition of Let"s visit the fire station found in the catalog.
Describes fire stations, the functions they perform, and the role they play in the community.
|Statement||by Marianne Johnston.|
|LC Classifications||TH9148 .J67 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||99019176|
Visit the Fire Station Open House In the one-hour tour, we had a glimpse of the fire station’s functions and features, the skills needed to be a firefighter, and how these brave staff risk their lives during fire emergencies to carry out rescue and firefighting duties. The City of San Diego's fire stations are open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. for tours and visits on a prearranged and approved basis. Visitors are welcome to meet firefighters, paramedics and emergency medical technicians and see the equipment used to keep their neighborhoods safe. Tours are limited to groups of 25 or fewer (adults and children)%.
A very cute story about kids who visit a fire station, stowaway on a fire truck as it makes a run, get covered with smoke which changes colors on them, and then have to scrub it off once their parents recognize who they are. It's total fantasy, but it's cute. Firefighters Bookstore Item # Respect that the fire station is a place of business and that while they welcome little visitors, they really can only take about 10 minutes to host you. If the bell rings and they have to take an emergency call, you must get out of the way immediately and let them take off on in the truck.
Step 1: Tour the local fire station. Step 2: Using a camera, the students take turns taking photos during their trip to the fire station. Step 3: Download these photos into iPhoto or the PC software. Step 4: Using iPhoto or the PC software, create a book about the trip to the fire station. Each student can write or dictate a sentence that describes his or her photo. Minimum age for station tours is four years old. To book a tour of your local fire station, please call or use the Citizen Web Intake form online. Please note: All Fire Stations are operational facilities, and our emergency services work always comes first. Firefighters may be called away from the station at any time during your scheduled tour.
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Price New from Used from Lets visit the fire station book "Please retry" $ $ $ Author: Lisa Harkrader. Summary: This book stands as an illustrated introduction to the various elements of a fire station.
It is divided into 4 subsections, each narrowing in on a different fire station aspect, including: an overview of the fire station, the trucks and gear, what can be found around the fire station, and how the people who work at the fire station have a variety of important jobs/5.
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See all formats and editions Hide other /5(4). The Fire Station by Robert N. Munsch, illustrated by Michael Martchenko, starts with the premise of a visit to the fire station, but Sheila says she wants to drive the fire truck. While exploring the fire truck an alarm goes off, and so do Sheila and Michael, straight to a fire!/5.
An exciting trip to discover the wonders of the Fire Station. What a wonderful team of fire fighters who helped the children find out all about their job and how they keep us safe. A Visit to the Fire Station is a educational coloring and activity book that is ideal for children of all ages.
Includes 16 pages of activities and games that teach a valuable lesson. As low as each in bulk with your logo imprint. One of the most memorable field trips a child can go on is a visit to the local fire station. There's just something about seeing all the firefighting equipment up close, getting to touch the fire.
At least a week in advance, arrange a tour of the local fire station for this unit (see the Let's Learn About Fire Stations. lesson plan for field trip ideas).
If that is not possible, arrange to have a firefighter come to your classroom as a guest speaker. If you are using a sheet. To see the other sections of the project, go here: Felt Fire Station – Fire Truck & Dalmatian, Felt Fire Station – Garage & Locker Room, Felt Fire Station – Kitchen and Felt Fire Station – Office & Bedroom.
This tutorial is for the cover and assembly. I had to sew my book together as I went in order to have better pictures for the blog.
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Fill in the blanks below. Name: _____ Age: _____. Visit A Fire Station. Candidates for the position of firefighter are strongly encouraged to visit a Los Angeles City Fire Station.
Prior to your station visit, we encourage you to consider not only the rewards, but also the uncommon risks, roles and responsibilities. Patrons with a disability are eligible for one free companion ticket with their booking. To book this, contact the ticket office: [email protected] or There are two entrances to the Old Fire Station: 40 George Street via the foyer, and on Gloucester Green via the shop.
Both are step-free. Fire Station Visit. Directions. Go to the library and find a book about firemen and firefighting.
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This book is in Good condition. Save on S&H. Purchase. We’ve visited the fire station a handful of times in the last few years. We most recently went for a scheduled tour with our church playgroup in July.
There are lots of benefits to visiting the fire station, but the biggest (in my mind) was letting the children see a firefighter in his full gear (including the helmet and respirator).