I'National Firefighters' Day
International Firefighters' Day (IFFD) is observed on May 4. It was instituted after proposal
emailed out across the world on January 4, 1999 due to the deaths of five firefighters in tragic
circumstances in a wildfire in Australia.
 Fire Safety Month is observed throughout October.  
See our pages for lots of fun and educational activities.

May 4 used to be a traditional Firefighters' Day in many European countries, because it is the
day of Saint Florian, patron saint of firefighters.

International Firefighters' Day (IFFD) is a time where the world's community can recognise and
honour the sacrifices that firefighters make to ensure that their communities and
environment are as safe as possible. It is also a day in which current and past firefighters can
be thanked for their contributions.

International Firefighters' Day is observed each year on 4 May. On this date you are invited to
remember the past firefighters who have died while serving our community or dedicated
their lives to protecting the safety of us all. At the same time, we can show our support and
appreciation to the firefighters world wide who continue to protect us so well throughout the
year.

By proudly wearing and displaying blue and red ribbons pinned together or by participating in
a memorial or recognition event, we can show our gratitude to firefighters everywhere.

Download the following ~ Right click on link and "save as" to your computer.  The files are in
PDF format

Firefighters are Our Friends Colouring Book (For Kids)
FireSmart Lesson Plans Book (For Teachers)



56 Page Fire Safety Activity Book for Early Learners













Exceptional Resources for Teachers & Parents Can be Found at US Fire Administration

Tulsa Library provides links and feedback to other US Govt And related sites

Be FireSmart: An Interactive Approach to Fire Safety
FirstGov for Kids
Consumer Product Safety Commission Kids Page
FEMA for Kids
Kids.gov
Ready.gov for Kids
Sparky the Fire Dog
Smokey Bear
USFAParents.gov - Babies and Toddlers Fire Safety Campaign
U.S. Fire Administration Publications Catalogue
Thanks and credits to Wikipedia (plus image credits) and Totally Explained.
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