The 1st Walk Smart: A Children’s Pedestrian Safety Education

   
 

During November to December, under the collaboration between Safe Kids Thailand (SKT) / CSIP, and University Student volunteers has organized the 1st Walk Smart: A Children’s Pedestrian Safety Education with the purpose to provide knowledge and skills about pedestrian safety to 1,639 students (grade 4-6) from 11 schools in Bangkok city.

   
 
   
 

Students gained knowledge from the educational media tool, ‘How to walk and cross safely’. Major concepts of the media were about walk safely and cross safely. ‘Walk Safely’ tells students how to walk if there is no walk way, how to walk on riverside, how to walk in low-light areas. ‘Cross Safely’ tells students how to choose safe road for crossing, 5 steps in crossing - - ‘stop-look-listen-think-walk’, how to cross at the corner or intersection, how to cross at railway, how to cross at traffic congestion areas, how to cross the road having more than 2 traffic lanes. Besides, students could play learning games about traffic signs, pedestrian signs, all signs related to the walk and cross.

   
 
 
   
 

Video clip of the Walk Smart: A Children’s Pedestrian Safety Education

 
   
 

Video clip of ‘Stop-Look-Listen-Think-Walk’ song for pedestrian safety