Road to Zero has developed some printable activities to help keep your children's brains and hands busy while isolating at home, The fun activities have been designed to engage and educate children aged 4 to 10 about road safety.
Create a car
This activity involves children creating and decorating their own cut-and-fold card and learning about car safety features! You just need a printer, coloured pencils, scissors and sticky tape or glue.
Safe riders, scooters and skaters
Make a chatterbox
This short video demonstrates how to fit a bicycle helmet correctly and keep safe while riding. Watch it with your children and then make the chatterbox together.
Colouring in templates
This art activity is great for sparking conversation with your children about how they can keep safe while riding their bikes, scooters and skateboards. Simply print out the templates and ask your children to use their imagination to add to the scenes and then colour in their creations.
Children can stick their completed masterpieces on their bedroom wall or near where their bikes, scooters and skateboards are stored - as a reminder to wear their helmets!