I WANT TO BE STREET-SMART AND STREET-SAFE!
Display selected international traffic signs. Ask children to tell you what they
think each of the signs means and how the sign can help keep people safe. Re-
view with children what each sign means and what international means. Give
each child a miniature sign and have him find a large matching one from the
enlarged and laminated pictures of international traffic signs or commercial
tricycle path traffic signs (such as Stop, Yield, One Way, No Right Turn, No
Left Turn, No U Turn, No Pedestrians, No Bicycles, Traffic Signal Ahead, School
Zone, School Xing, Winding Road, Slippery When Wet, Pedestrian Crossing,
and Playground) and teacher-made or commercial miniature traffic signs for
the block interest area
Provide materials and guidance for
children to create traffic signs to be
used on the playground or in the
block interest area, or to be cut into
Place commercial or classroom-made
traffic signs on the playground for
children to practice following as pe-
destrians and drivers of riding toys.
Visit the city or county traffic sign
storage facility, and discuss any
LMT Take a walk to see, discuss, and prac-
tice following traffic signs.