School material (in German only)

The school material offers teachers long-term support with their projects on traffic education. Our support, which you can use to prepare all your teaching, encompasses six topic-based modules such as ‘Seeing’, ‘Cycling’ and ‘Being a road user’. The material was created in collaboration with the University of Koblenz-Landau and offers teachers an add-on to their regular traffic education. We provide information, exercises and assignments on a wide array of topics like sustainability, road signs and public transport. The topics are bundled together in six modules, with their content tailored to children’s ability in the school years in question.

Module 1: How do I distinguish important from unimportant stimuli?
Module 2: Crossing the road
Module 3: Riding a bicycle
Module 4: Sharing the road with others
Module 5: Safe on the way to school
Module 6: Mobility of the future
Full package: All six modules

Learning units

We want to help teachers educate children about traffic. Our learning units let you integrate the topic of road safety into your lessons with greater ease. Our four compact modules lay the groundwork for shaping a teaching unit on topics such as cycling or getting to school. The units contain guidelines for teaching, instructions for Q&As and practical exercises and games. We focus on feasibility when developing the practical elements. The exercises are easy to carry out within the school environment and include children’s experiences from day-to-day life. The guiding motto for every learning unit is: Learning road safety is important and should be fun.

Other (in German only)

In this area we have put together all other PDF files that can be found in different places on our website.

Videos (English)

Do it right: Why is it important to always wear a bike helmet?

If you want to be on the safe side when cycling, you should always wear a bicycle helmet. Our melon experiment explains why.

Do it right: Why is it important to always wear a bike helmet? (Subtitles)

If you want to be on the safe side when cycling, you should always wear a bicycle helmet. Our melon experiment explains why.

Do it right: Why do you have to pay special attention at the bus stop?

If you wait at a bus stop, you have to follow certain rules. Otherwise it can quickly become dangerous. MobileKids explains what needs to be considered.

Do it right: Why do you have to pay special attention at the bus stop? (Subtitles)

If you wait at a bus stop, you have to follow certain rules. Otherwise it can quickly become dangerous. MobileKids explains what needs to be considered.

Why is there left-hand traffic in some countries?

MobileKids explains why one third of all people drive on the left-hand side of the road and what special features this entails for road users.

Bike safety

There are nine things, all over the world, that make a bike safe in traffic.

How do I report an accident?

An emergency call can save life in an emergency. MobileKids explains how never to forget the emergency number and what questions are asked on the phone.

Why are traffic lights red, yellow and green?

Traffic lights are important, wherever you go in the world. But why are the colours everywhere the same?

Buckle up!

How can we keep children safe in the car and what seats are available for each age group?

Caution, wild animals!

Around the world, there are lots of different traffic signs to warn us about animals

Craft a dark box

This illustrates how important the appropriate clothing is, especially in the dark season.

Press

Here we provide all press representatives with the latest press information and a selection of press images for download. If you need further material, please feel free to contact us by email.

Mobilekids in Action

Every child can dial 112

An emergency call can save life in an emergency. MobileKids explains how never to forget the emergency number and what questions are asked on the phone.
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