Prepares under 5s for safer, more active independent journeys in a memorable way so they remember for liferead more
Adds depth to what parents are already doing as positive role models and builds positive habitsread more
The Let’s Go augmented reality (AR) learning and activity book, covering 12 key topics. With reward stickers.
Four sets of flashcards to use with or without the AR.
Free downloadable App with supporting interactive games.
Start now: There’s so much for children to do and learn.Order your pack now for a one off cost of £9.50 incl P&P
“We had the Children’s Traffic Club resource when my daughter was little, and we do them every year as a reminder of what is outside, we practice the dangers which is so important. My daughter is now 10 and has autism but it’s still important to teach her as children with autism have sensory issues with loud noises, such as motorbikes and police cars, which can trigger a sensory overload leading to autistic children trying to run away, so every term we start with road safety.”
Mother of Autistic Daughter (Melonie & Daughter, Polly)
My initial reaction to the Children’s Traffic Club programme was that it was extremely learner friendly. I love that the programme is multi-sensory and engages more than one sense at a time. My son is a kinaesthetic learner, which means that he learns through conducting physical activities and this programme encouraged him to utilise all his senses
Pariss, P Blog
“My daughter is about to start nursery school, so the Children’s Traffic Club resources arrived just at the right time! This amazing activity pack consists of a book, an app and flashcards which are all aimed at teaching under 5’s to stay safe around traffic. The whole pack was really easy to use and understand, and very informative, keeping my daughter engaged throughout.”
“My son is absolutely fascinated with the Children’s Traffic Club and is constantly trying to watch the stories on the website too as well as reading the learning & activity book. My son has autism and it’s amazing watching him when he is reading the books.”