a task has been designed for you to work alongside and complete with your child/children in relation to a key road safety issue: Pedestrian Safety 8-11 year olds.
You can complete this task whilst out on your daily exercise or visit to the shops. There are also 2 follow up activities (see PDF document below) supplied by Department for Infrastructure ‘Safe and Accessible Travel’ which can be printed out and completed by your child if you wish to reinforce the learning.
The task concentrates on safe pedestrian practice and we hope that it will help your child develop positive habits as they learn from doing and following your example. Please talk to your child/children about and practise the following safe pedestrian habits outlined in the PowerPoint slides below.
Enjoy going for walks with your child and remember to use the GREEN CROSS CODE!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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