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Follow Ben for Firework Safety Primary Age range 5 – 11 years. Learning Aim. To prevent young people being harmed by fireworks by raising awareness of the firework code. What’s the hazard in this picture ?. Only adults should light Fireworks. Who should be lighting

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Follow Ben for Firework Safety

Primary

Age range5 – 11 years

learning aim
Learning Aim

To prevent young people being harmed by fireworks by raising awareness of the firework code.

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What’s the hazard

in this picture?

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Only adults

should light

Fireworks.

Who should

be lighting

the Firework?

using sparklers
Using sparklers?

Always wear gloves and hold at arms length.

the firework code
The Firework Code

Light sparklers one at a time and wear gloves

Never give sparklers to a child under 5

Buy fireworks marked BS 7114

Keep fireworks in a closed box

Follow the instructions on each firework

Light them at arm’s length

Stand well back

Never go back to a lit firework

Never put fireworks in your pocket

Never throw fireworks

Keep pets indoors

1 who should light fireworks
1. Who should light fireworks?

adults

children

pets

adults

2 where should your pets be while fireworks are being let off
2. Where should your pets be while fireworks are being let off?

In the garden.

In the car.

Indoors.

Fireworks will scare

your pets so keep

them safe indoors.

c) Indoors.

3 what two things should you do if you are given a sparkler
3. What two things should you do if you are given a sparkler?

Wave it in someone’s face.

Hold at arms length.

Wear gloves.

Hold at arms length.

Wear gloves.

4 how old do you need to be before you can buy fireworks
4. How old do you need to be before you can buy fireworks?

Fireworks must not be sold to anyone who is under 18.

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16

18

BANG

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5 who should you not give a sparkler to
5. Who should you not give a sparkler to?

NEVER give sparklers to children under 5 years of age.

A child under 5

A grown up

Your teacher

A child under 5

6 once a sparkler goes out what should you do
6. Once a sparkler goes out what should you do?

When a sparkler goes out,

DON’T TOUCH IT!

It could still burn you..

Put it in an empty bucket.

Throw it in the garden.

Put in a bucket of water hot end down.

Put in a bucket of water hot end down.

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Ben says

“Stay Safe and Enjoy the Fireworks”

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Further information on Firework Safety can be found at: http://www.welephant.co.uk/bonfirestory000.htm
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