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Sparky leads the way to safety for Valentine’s Day

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Por Lisa Braxton

Sparky the Fire Dog® has lots of ideas for making Valentine’s Day fun-filled. Make a Love Mug for that special someone. This month’s Sparky activity would be perfect for a friend, teacher or someone in your family. It combines a sweet treat with a reminder to test smoke alarms.

Need something for your sweetheart? Sparky has you covered with a printable Valentine’s Day card or you can color your own. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, this new printable challenges kids to use their math skills to find the missing number in each smoke alarm. The activity also reminds kids, grades 1-3, what the sound of the smoke alarm is and what to do when they hear it.

And e-cards are as popular as ever. Wish your friends and family a happy Valentine’s Day with a Sparky e-card.

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Fuente:: NFPA – Información de seguridad


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