I’ve created an “F is for Fire Coloring Page” to go along with our Fire Safety lessons. When we’re learning about topics like fire safety, I like to incorporate letters since children are more likely to make a connection to a specific word or object. I’m always looking for ways to incorporate letter recognition.
F is for Fire
We painted our pages with tempera paint and Q-Tips. You can certainly just color the page, or just paintbrushes. Try fork painting flames too.
The paint colors mix together to make a multi-colored flame. Some kids just painted the letters and the littler ones painted all over their page, making it look like flames.
Using a Q-tip to paint incorporates a bit of process art.
Read about the Value of Both Product and Process Art
I love simple activities that promote process art, fine motor skills, literacy and color mixing. It’s all there! Enjoy this free printable download page in your classroom.
The F is for Fire Coloring page is appropriate for toddlers and preschoolers.