MYLEENE Klass crawls along the floor with her toddler under one arm — as she demonstrates her monthly home fire drill.
The radio presenter blindfolds her two older daughters and gets them on all fours to find different exits.
The star said she got the idea from her father, who used to carry out the same drill at 4am.
She never thought she would do the same with her kids, but does after talking to charities.
Myleene, 44 — also mum to two-year-old son Apollo — said: “We do the drill once a month, and we change the exits.
"They like the problem-solving side of things as well.
“So I’ll say, ‘Let’s say we can’t get out via the bathroom, so how would you do this, and this room’s only got a window, so how would you do that?’”
Former Hear’Say singer Myleene said on BBC Radio Wales: “Smoke gets you first before the flames.
“You’ve got to teach children to get down on the floor. And we put blindfolds on and make it into a game.
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"We try and see who knows the house well enough to navigate in the dark.”
The former I’m A Celebrity star, right, thinks the drill could save people’s lives.
She added: “I feel strongly about empowering children to know what to do if there’s a fire.
“There’s fire drills at school, fire drills at work, but no one really does them in their house.”