Child safety pedestrian training

Street Smarts: Pedestrian Safety Tips for Kids

Child safety pedestrian training

Children are different physically and mentally.  Starting at an early age their development is influenced by almost everything around them.

In the child’s world, the concepts coverings “Fantasy mixed with Reality” become indistinguishable. 

Transportation dangers are minimized or skewed, because of a child’s lack of real-life experience and cognitive behavioral development.

The parameters of gaming and motion are virtually non-existent, while this explosive combination is necessary for a child’s continued growth

Traffic is ever present, but traffic is also one of the greatest dangers to children. 

Signs, Symbols, Rules, and Laws formulate organized Traffic Systems.  Public Transportation Systems help organize and safely increase the flow of traffic every day. 

As an adult, we can understand the traffic-pedestrian danger and complex traffic relationships and meanings. 

Children cannot process Traffic Information clinically in the same as adults. Therefore, children need adults to help them understand what they should and shouldn’t do in traffic. 

Parents, teachers, and adults must instruct children in safe Pedestrian behaviors.

This video is produced by AAA and will provide insight to parents, teacher and adult’s when looking for effective tools that will help guide children in the proper instructions when dealing with Child Pedestrian Safety Training.

To Learn More Watch This Video


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