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NFPA preschool program has an added location

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By Lisa Braxton

The Spanish version of the Learn Not to Burn® Preschool program is now available at Sparky School House, which provides a number of educational resource. By going to the “download” icon on Learn Not to Burn, you can access both the Spanish and English versions. The program, which integrates literacy, movement, music, and dramatic play to provide a developmentally appropriate learning experience for preschool-aged children, is also still available on the NFPA website, making the program easier to find and use.

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Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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