This worksheet, ‘5Ws and How of Road Safety’ provides a structured diagram that helps students identify the who, what, when, where, why and how of safe road behaviours. It is a great visual graphic that can be used to generate meaningful class discussion.
This reading comprehension activity, ‘A Lucky Brake’, is available at two different reading levels to allow for differentiated instruction. It asks students to read a story and answer comprehension questions about a boy who stopped his school bus from crashing.
This editing and revising learning activity, ‘A Water Rescue’ encourages students to recognise capitalisation and spelling errors, correct tense, punctuation and sentence structure. Answer sheet provided with file download.
This worksheet, ‘ABCs of Road Safety’ provides an alphabet grid that students can use to develop their vocabulary and brainstorm different ideas about road safety concepts. This is a fun and simple resource that can be used effectively before, during or after an activity and across all ability levels. It can also be utilised during …More
This quick reference sheet, ‘Bike Safety Checklist’ is a simple resource that provides students with a list of important things they should remember before riding their bike. Some examples include making sure that they are wearing their helmet correctly and that their bikes are in good condition. It is a great addition to a unit …More
This worksheet, ‘Correct Seat Belt Position’ is a wonderful resource to supplement a unit on road safety. Students are provided with a picture of a child using her seat belt correctly and they must label how the seat belt is correctly positioned. For example, the child in the picture has her back straight against the …More
This worksheet, ‘Crossing the Road Photo Sequence Cards’ is a great resource to supplement a unit on road safety. This activity provides students with the opportunity to correctly order the photos, demonstrating safe behaviour when crossing the road.
This writing prompt, ‘Feeling Safe’ helps students to write about who or what makes them feel safe. It encourages students to think about their personal safety and is aimed at broadening students’ writing and language skills.
This worksheet, ‘KWL Chart of Road Safety’ prompts students to explore what they know about road safety, what they want to learn and what they have learnt following activities. This is a great, clearly formatted resource to encourage students to take responsibility for their own learning and to assist teachers in establishing their students’ prior …More
This oral language photo activity ‘Firefighter’, enhances vocabulary and concept development by providing a thought-provoking visual stimulus that can be used as a prompt to engage students in discussion. Each photo is complete with an accompanying lesson plan featuring tips and activities to develop oral language and vocabulary further.
This oral language photo activity ‘Police Officer’, enhances vocabulary and concept development by providing a thought-provoking visual stimulus that can be used as a prompt to engage students in discussion. Each photo is complete with an accompanying lesson plan featuring tips and activities to develop oral language and vocabulary further.
This reading comprehension activity, ‘Racing a Tornado’, is available at two different reading levels to allow for differentiated instruction. It asks students answer comprehension questions on a text about surviving a tornado.
This worksheet, ‘Risky Road Behaviours’ provides students with some examples of risky and safe behaviours whilst around roads. They are required to categorise examples into either safe or risky and then specify how they would change the risky behaviours to safe behaviours.
This worksheet, ‘Road Safety Acrostic Poem’ is a fantastic activity to brainstorm ideas about road safety. It is a fun activity that can be used without preparation and across all age groups and abilities. Students are required to use the letters from the words ‘road safety’ to describe safe behaviours that should be observed around …More
This worksheet, ‘Road Safety Crossword’ provides students with the opportunity to use skills including vocabulary, reasoning and spelling to find the correct road safety themed words to complete the puzzle. It encourages students to identify and understand the terms being used and to build on their vocabulary of key words. An answer sheet is also …More
This worksheet, ‘Road Safety True or False’ is a thought-provoking worksheet that requires students to asses the truth of facts about road rules and safe behaviours around roads. Many students may presume the answers quickly only to realise their assumptions were not correct which can lead to interesting discussions and further research. An answer sheet …More
This worksheet, ‘Road Safety Unscramble’ is a great activity that encourages students to study the sounds and spellings of words associated with road safety. Students will be challenged to unscramble letters to find common words used when talking about road use. An answer sheet is also provided.
This worksheet, ‘Road Safety Word Search’ gives students the opportunity to learn new vocabulary and improve their spelling of words associated with the safe use of roads. Students must scrutinise the spelling of each word on their list, ensuring new vocabulary is committed to memory with the correct spelling.
This worksheet, ‘Road Safety Word Shapes’ is a great resource that encourages students to examine the spelling and letter shapes of words associated with roads and safe road behaviours. Students must use the word bank to match the letter shapes to the correct words. An answer sheet is also provided.
These Road Sign themed page borders are a set of full colour and black and white page borders that can be used in various ways in the classroom such as in wall displays and bulletin boards. They can also be used in student projects or worksheets. Borders can be printed, coloured in and laminated.
This set of road sign photo cards enhances vocabulary and concept development by providing a thought-provoking visual stimulus that can be used as a prompt to engage students in discussion about road signs.
This text about, ‘Road Signs’ is a simple informative resource that explores the location and meaning of various signs around the roads and community. Students are provided with visual stimulus and summarised information that can lead to great discussions.
This illustration, “Seat belt and buckle” is available in PNG format at 300 DPI resolution with a transparent background for classroom use. This illustration is also available in black and white. Lesson Zone has over 4, 000 pieces of clip art, searchable by learning area and theme. The clip art is fast and easy to …More
This black and white outline illustration, “Seat belt and buckle B&W” is available in PNG format at 300 DPI resolution with a transparent background for classroom use. This illustration is also available in colour. Lesson Zone has over 4, 000 pieces of clip art, searchable by learning area and theme. The clip art is fast …More
This writing prompt, ‘Seat Belts Save Lives’ helps students to write about why we should or shouldn’t have seat belt laws. It encourages students to think about seat belt laws and safety and is aimed at broadening students’ writing and language skills.
This road safety themed banner, ‘Stop, Look, Listen’ is a great resource that can be cut out and used as part of a colourful classroom display. The banner is split over several pages which can be printed onto any size paper and joined up to cater for different sized wall displays. Printing in full colour …More
This worksheet, ‘What Would You Do?’ provides students with some examples of situations where safe behaviours may be overlooked. Students are asked what would they do given the situation, generating a platform for discussion about how to best manage or avoid potentially dangerous incidents.
This worksheet, ‘Where Are These Signs Found?’ is a great resource to help prompt discussion and research into the location of important signs. Students may also use this worksheet to consolidate learning following related learning activities.
This worksheet, ‘Crash Test Eggs’ is a fabulous experiment based learning activity. Students are required to design a construction that successfully protects a raw egg at the point of impact with the ground. It provides a great link to how cars are designed to give the driver and passengers the most protection on impact and …More
This worksheet, ‘Pedestrian Hazards’ is a wonderful resource that asks students to identify hazards within the pictures provided. The pictures show examples of potential hazards such as walking across the road whilst listening to music. Students are then required to explain what they circled and why it is a hazard.
These templates of four, ‘Road Safety Bookmarks’ are simple colourful bookmarks that can be used as a fun reminder of road safe behaviours. Each bookmark features a different design with an important road safety message. The bookmarks can be printed onto card or paper, cut out and laminated and also have a hole that can …More