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Ye'elim School - Eilat
Betty Simelmits
Road Safety
Watch the video
                          
  Match word to picture
 
 
helmet
head
hand
 
 
bright
light
night
 
train
bike
plane
 
 
car
wheel
woman
 
car
bus
boat
 
 
safe
protect
run
 
street
city
traffic
 
 
look
listen
stop
 
wheels
traffic light
house
 
 
think
walk
travel
 
 

Tick the word which doesn't belong.
 
road street zebra crossing     bike
stop eat look listen
lights bike helmet pupil
eyes ears nose feet
bus car protect train

  

 Type the words in the correct order.
 
 
1.  helmet / Always / a / wear  

 

2. eyes/ your / Use   

 

3. at the/ Cross /zebra crossing  

 

4. the street/and listen/ Stop/ look /before /you cross/ 

 

5. lights/ Ride/ night/ with/ at 
 
 
Look the the picture and tick YES / NO
 

 

YES

NO

The boy has a red helmet.
There are 7 bikes.
The driver is angry.
The boy wearing a green shirt is safe.
There is a pink car.
Ten kids are wearing helmets.
Stay Alive!!!
Here are  some road safety tips. Choose "do" or "don't".
 

1.

Play football by the road.

2.

Wear a seat belt.

3.

Run accross the road.

4.

Walk on the pavement.

5.

Wear bright clothes at night.

6.

Find a safe place to cross.

7.

Get out of the car on the pavement side.

8.

Block the driver's view.

9.

Stop, look and listen before you cross.
  
Find the words....
 

safety, rules, light, belt, right, safe, car, travel, cross, play, bus, think, helmet, pavement, wheels,

 
night, left, look, find, listen, stop, walk, zebra crossing, run, seat belt, driver,vehicles
 

 

 
 

 

       


 

 

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