We can offer safety presentations to several age groups.
If you are interested in one of our presentations, please contact Jaime ASAP.
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Presentations & Workshops
Research shows that "best
practice" traffic safety education in schools requires continuous,
age appropriate, and sequential education be delivered in
every grade level during every school year. Parents/caregivers and teachers work together to provide classroom and real environment experiences, and the lessons are reinforced through hands-on
activities that encourage students to learn and retain the safety skills with their families.
Our School/Community presentations are offered free-of-charge and last between 30-45 minutes. Programs are age and grade appropriate, material is presented in a classroom environment utilizing visuals and a short video, and a question-and-answer period reinforces the material.
“Kids on the Move” (ages 5-8 years)
Importance of keeping belts across strong bones, riding in
the back seat, and playing quietly.
Importance of wearing a helmet correctly, checking your
“wheels” with the ABC’s, riding in safe places, and the “rules of the road”.
Importance of walking safely, observing traffic signs and
signals, walking and crossing streets safely, and to make safe choices around a
“Tweens on the Move” (ages 9-12 years)
Importance of buckling up in the back seat
- How to
encourage peers and family members to buckle up as well.
- Basic crash dynamics and the safest place to ride in a
Importance of using the most appropriate traffic safety
gear at all times.
“Teens on the Move” (Teens)
How energy forces work in a crash.
Types of collisions in injury producing events.
Importance of buckling up each and every time / concept of
“Helmets & Seatbelts for Life!”
Importance of keeping distractions out of driving, walking,
and wheeling. (“Stop, Look, and Listen for Life”)
For Parents & Agencies (Transporting Children)
Participants learn the importance of correctly used safety devices each and every time and how a child’s development relates to traffic safety.
Last updated January 25, 2021