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A Day At The FireHouse Stencil

$24.95 $21.95

Spending A Day At The FireHouse is an adventure that every child looks forward to and remembers forever. Touring the firehouse, climbing up into the big, shiny red fire trucks, trying on the firemen’s uniforms, and if they’re lucky enough maybe even sliding down the fireman’s pole!   SuperCool Art created A Day At The FireHouse stencil set to help capture and preserve those priceless childhood memories forever.

  • Add-Ons

    • 6 $
      Add a 12 pack of vibrant, non-toxic, Prang colored pencils and 5 sheets of 12" x 12" drawing paper.
    • 6 $
      Add a set of 8 bright, semi-moist, washable watercolor Prang paints and 5 sheets of 12" x 12" drawing paper.
    • 35 $
      (save $10.00 off individual art supplies) Kit includes: 16" x 20" canvas, (4) poplar wood stretcher bars, 5 pack of 4oz, non-toxic Primary Color Tempera Paints, pack of 10 artist quality paint brushes, 2 foam paint brushes, 2 paint palettes, Colorsaurus color wheel and bottle of Bristle Magic paintbrush cleaner

Product Description

Spending A Day At The FireHouse is an adventure that every child looks forward to and remembers forever. Touring the firehouse, climbing up into the big, shiny red fire trucks, trying on the firemen’s uniforms, and if they’re lucky enough maybe even sliding down the fireman’s pole!   SuperCool Art created A Day At The FireHouse stencil set to help capture and preserve those priceless childhood memories.

What is a day like at the firehouse?

A day at the firehouse consists of a 24-hour tour of duty, which begins at 0800 roll call.

Generally, a firefighter must remain with his/her crew the entire tour and “live” at the firehouse. One of the firefighters at each station is designated the “cook” and collects approximately $10 from each firefighter for the “mess.” The crew goes to the supermarket and buys enough groceries for the firefighters for that day.

Working together, the rest of the crew keeps the firehouse clean and the apparatus in good working condition. There are other duties such as fire prevention inspections, hose tests, hydrant inspections and in-service training.

Firefighters spend some time during every shift training in some way. This may consist of studying maps or driving streets. There are structured training sessions covering the vast scope of knowledge which firefighters must keep up to date. Subjects include: Hazardous Materials, Building Construction, Electrical Emergencies, River Rescue, Basic Trauma Life Support, Hose Lays, Ladder Evolutions, Pump Operations, Communications, etc.

While all these routine duties are being accomplished, firefighters must be prepared to drop everything and respond at a moment’s notice to a wide variety of emergency situations. A day at the firehouse might include a few fire alarms, a couple of auto accidents, several medical emergencies and a house fire. After 10 p.m., the firefighters are permitted to lie down and catch a series of “cat naps” between emergency runs over the course of the night.

SuperCool Art – A Day At The FireHouse themed stencil set includes six sheets of 12″ x 12″ custom designed themed stencils made from non-toxic, recycled, durable, washable polypropylene.