Learning and developing skills to become a safe pedestrian is an important part of road safety education for primary school students.

Developing on our road safety workbooks featured in edition one, these activities reinforce the 'Stop, Look, Listen and Think' message to assist in developing the skill of crossing the road safely.

These free activity worksheets have been created to suit lower and upper primary students and encourage understanding of safe behaviour around the roads. They can be completed in sequence or individually.

Step 1: Learn about pedestrian safety

Teachers, parents and caregivers should use our Little Legends road safety workbooks included in edition one of this distance learning series to discuss pedestrian safety with students before downloading these activities.

Little Legends road safety workbook - lower primary (PDF 4.41MB)

Little Legends road safety workbook - upper primary (PDF 2.76MB)

Step 2: Download activities below 

Lower primary

Activity 1: Things to consider when crossing the road (PDF 47KB) - What will help you cross the road safely 

Activity 2: The four steps (PDF 46KB) – 'Stop, Look, Listen and Think' before crossing a road

Activity 3: Where to cross the road (PDF 542KB) – Think about the safe places to cross a road

Activity 4: Green man, red man (PDF 162KB) – How to cross safely at traffic lights

Activity 5: What to think about (PDF 126KB) – What you should think about before crossing the road

Upper primary

Activity 1: Crossing the road (PDF 47KB)  – Understand safe and unsafe decisions when crossing the road

Activity 2: How to be a safe pedestrian (PDF 1.27MB) – How 'Stop, Look, Listen and Think' helps you stay safe

Activity 3: Busy times (PDF 539KB)  – Consider when and where it could be safe or unsafe to be a pedestrian 

Activity 4: Road signs (PDF 85KB) – Understand road signs and how they help us stay safe

Activity 5: Build a board game (PDF 189KB)  – Create a fun board game using what you have learned  

For more resources and online road safety games visit rac.com.au/littlelegends


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