As we are approaching Bonfire Night this post of Firework Fun and Safety offers a few links which can be used to teach about firework safety in class. This first link is probably the most important – ROSPA Safety Leaflets and School Packs – helping teachers teach firework safety.
The National Health Service has compiled a list of facts about fireworks – many of these are quite awful! Horrifying facts about fireworks
Be safe with fireworks – a matching game to revise firework safety.
Firework Literacy – Writing Starter
This Key Stage Two creative writing lesson starter from Teacher’s Media involves fireworks and can be used to spark the imagination of primary pupils. (Login needed – sign up is free)
Firework Fun and Safety – Homework Fun Links :
Control the sparkler to write your name – learn about sparkler safety in the process.
Create your own fireworks – choose the colour and style to the 1812 Overture!
Firework safety games – a whole set of firework resources.
Matching rockets to detonators – a good mouse control exercise for Key Stage One.
Make a firework display – there is also lots of other bonfire night information on this school site.
Disney Fireworks – add firework styles, choose colours and add them to a timeline to make a beautiful display.