“Red the Fire Dog and the Three P’s of Fire Safety” DVD

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  • Educational and engaging video
  • Features bright graphics and fun songs
  • Covers the importance of smoke alarms
  • Addresses practicing fire drills
  • Provides step-by-step instructions for making a safe escape

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Join Red the Fire Dog as he teaches kids about fire safety and prevention with this fun and engaging DVD. Red is on a quest to teach children how to make a safe escape with the three P’s of fire safety: prevent, plan and practice! With vivid graphics and catchy songs, this video provides important information in a fun and entertaining way. It addresses all the basics of fire safety, to include the importance of smoke alarms, practicing fire drills, and how to make a safe escape. The video encourages children to be proactive in their fire safety steps so that they can help keep their families and home safe.

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Weight .6 oz
Dimensions 7.5 × 5.5 × 0.5 in
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15 Minutes



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