Mollys Kid Zone

It’s Back to School Time!

Hi, boys and girls!

 

Welcome to Molly’s Kids Zone on Firelife.com!

 

My name is Molly, and I am a real fire dog. I love teaching fire safety to children.

 

One of the things I like about being a fire dog and mascot is being able to travel the United States sharing fire safety with boys and girls just like you!

 

 

 

IT’S BACK TO SCHOOL TIME!

 

Can you believe that it is already back to school time?

 

Where did the summer go?

 

I hope everyone has a great school year!

 

Make it the best EVER!

 

 

 

SCI-PORT DISCOVERY CENTER

 

I was super excited to travel to Shreveport, Louisiana to take part in the “Clear the Shelter” Day.

 

Not only do I love helping keep children safe by sharing fire safety, I love to help others, including my furry friends!

 

Molly the Fire Safety Dog at the Sci-Port Discovery Center in Shreveport, Louisiana sharing fire safety. (Photo by Janet and Paisley Ploudre.)

 

 

My favorite part was sharing fire safety with boys and girls and showing them some of my special tricks!

 

Did you know that I know 82 tricks?

 

I was also excited that KTAL news was there filming a segment for their newscast!

 

Watch the newscast below!

 

 

I also had a great time on the Spirit of the Red River Cruise  after the event at Sci-Port.

 

Molly the Fire Safety Dog on the Spirit of the Red River Cruise in Shreveport, Louisiana. (Photo by Spirit of the Red River Cruise.)

 

 

It was a great way to relax and I really learned alot about Shreveport and its Red River History!

 

I LOVE riding in boats, don’t you?

 

 

 

MAKE A HOME ESCAPE MAP!

 

Grown-ups!

 

You may have less than three minutes to escape a home fire and every second counts.

 

Make a home escape map and talk with your family about what to do if there is a fire.

 

Be sure to practice your escape plan.

 

1. Know two ways out of every room.

2. A closed door can stop the spread of gas, heat and smoke.

3. Have a meeting place outside your home.

4. Know how to call 911 from outside to report a fire.

5. Practice your escape plan with everyone who lives in your home at least twice a year.

 

(Fire safety tips from the Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation and the United States Fire Administration.)



 

 

2019 APPEARANCE SCHEDULE

 

> October 5, Hero Dog Awards, Beverly Hills, California

 

Follow me on Facebook for more up-to-date information on my appearance schedule!

 

 

 

 

 

DOWNLOAD MY FIRE SAFETY ACTIVITY BOOK IN ENGLISH, SPANISH, RUSSIAN, DANISH, & GERMAN FOR FREE!

 

Ask your grown-up to download my activity book, send a photo of you with one of the coloring pages, and I will send you a trading card!

 

One of you will have your photo in next month’s column!

 

Have fun coloring!

 

(Photo by Jana Braswell.)

 

 

 

Click on my photo to download my new fire safety activity book!

 

Find more fun pages like these HERE.

 

Stay safe, boys and girls, and I will see you next month!

 

Have a safe and Happy New Year!

 

Love,

 

Molly the Fire Safety Dog

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