Children can be at risk when travelling in bad weather or in hours of darkness, particularly around the times the clocks change.
This collection covers understanding terms such as road users, walking at night or cycling, wearing bright and flourescent during the day and reflective at night and much more.
7 - 11yrs Students
A fun maze game wear the alley cat needs to find as many reflectors as possible.
A fun interactive crossword about being safe and being seen.
7 - 11yrs Students, Teachers
Draw a street scene and include as many reflective things as you can.
A worksheet to emphasise the difference between something fluorescent and something reflective.
Important things for children to remember to keep safe if out near traffic at night.
An experiment to see that something can disappear when light 'refracts' not reflects.
A word game to see how many smaller words can be made out of the letters in 'reflective material'.
A word game in a spiral grid.
Looking at how light travels and how different surfaces reflect light rays.
4 - 7yrs, 7 - 11yrs Teachers
Children on or near roads are highly vulnerable - busy traffic on urban and rural roads can put them at risk. It's even more dangerous in bad weather or in hours of darkness, particularly around the times the clocks change.
Specific teaching points about conspicuity.
A teachers overview for the interactive activities.
Suggested cross-curricular extension activities.
7 - 11yrs Teachers
Be Safe Be Seen Curriculum links - England and Wales
Be Safe Be Seen Curriculum links - Scotland
Be Safe Be Seen Curriculum links - Northern Ireland
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