In this activity, students identify and define fire risks, outdoors and indoors, using a provided image of a rural scene and an indoor scene they draw themselves.
By the end of this activity, students should be able to:
- identify and define exterior and interior fire risks
- identify similarities and differences between fire risks inside and outside.
Download the Word file (see link below) for:
- what you need
- what to do
- rural fire risk scene.
Nature of science
Environmental components (such as weather, terrain and fuel) can interact to contribute to a harmful situation - fire risk. These components and their interactions need to be explored by scientists to determine high fire risk situations and what can be done to reduce the risk.