"Don't Play with Fire" Presentation Display

  • Attention-grabbing graphics helps to engage young people’s interest.
  • Presents information in a clear and easy-to-understand manner.
  • Covers the startling statistics behind fires set by juveniles.
  • Discusses the numerous real-life consequences of firesetting.
  • Urges young people to refrain from playing with fire.
Sold in packs of 1. Minimum order of 1.
    • $
    • 0 $
    • 0 $

    Please limit text to 200 characters.

    Upload .JPG .PDF .EPS .PNG .TIF file types only. Max file size 200MB.

    • (max file size 200 MB)



Children cause nearly 80,000 structure fires every year and many times, the victims of these fires are the children themselves. With this presentation display, you can educate your community’s children on the terrible consequences that can come from setting fires. Written in straightforward language with vivid graphics, the display makes it easy for young people to understand and retain this vital information.

The display begins by noting that firesetting involves wrongfully using fire and that sometimes these acts can be considered arson. Children will learn that arson is a major crime, one that is frequently met with jail time and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines. It goes on to point out that almost half of all deliberately set fires are started by youths under the age of 18. And while children mistakenly believe that they can control the fires they set, a single match can set an entire room on fire in just two minutes and an entire house in five minutes.

The next section of the display addresses the legal ramifications of fire setting. It notes that penalties are becoming stricter and some juveniles may be tried as adults. Those firesetters who don’t go to jail will face other consequences like having a permanent criminal record or being sent to a detention center or mandatory educational, psychological, or therapy programs.

The display introduces the audience to Gordon Pranger, who began playing with fire at a young age and continued until the age of 14, when he was severely burned while playing with matches and gasoline. Children learn that deliberate firesetting can cost lives, jobs, properties, and more. They are urged to never play with fire and to tell an adult if they find matches or lighters or if they see someone else playing with fire.

It concludes with the powerful message: If You Play with Fire … You Will Get Burned!

To see a full PDF version of this presentation display, click the Instant Preview tab above.

FREE PERSONALIZATION on Pamphlets and Display! Presentation Displays Engage, Inform, and Protect

  • Over 6 feet high and 3 feet wide – greater impact
  • Vivid graphics – grab & hold attention
  • Retractable stand & carrying case – lightweight & portable
  • Presenter’s Guide – helps you hold an expert event
  • Durable, high quality materials – use over and over again

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 72 × 36 × .04 in
Minimum Order Quantity


Sold in Multiples of


Add a Custom Imprint?


Imprint Size

15" W x 2-1/2" H


33" W x 78" H Printed Banner; 33" W x 82" H Expanded with Stand

Product Type


"Don't Play with Fire" Presentation Display PDF Preview