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Gear up for FPW 2015 with NFPA’s must-haves

By Lisa Braxton

If you take a peek inside of Sparky’s Coloring Book, you’ll be treated to a delightful story about a visit to a firehouse with Sparky the Fire Dog®. This “must-have” for Semaine de la prévention des incendies helps young kids learn about détecteurs de fumée and the proper way to respond if they hear a smoke alarm sound in their home.

Another must-have is Sparky’s Activity Book. In this vidéo, NFPA Public Education Division Senior Project Manager Karen Berard-Reed talks about how these materials make learning fun and can enhance your FPW campaign.

Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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