3 Road Safety Videos For Kids On Appystore

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3 Road Safety Videos For Kids On Appystore

1. Lights Of The Signal - Nursery Rhyme

Does your child wonder why the vehicles stop when they see a signal? Teach them about traffic signal colours by singing the lovely song Lights Of The Signal. We have Mr. Wignal, an adorable cartoon character to teach them what the colours stand for.

Click on the link http://bit.ly/appystore_Lightsofsignal to watch this video.

2. Road and Pavement -Traffic safety

When kids step out of the home, it is important for them to know road and pavement rules. This video clearly shows the dos and don ts of road crossing in a simple and precise way. It easy for the kids to understand when taught in an entertaining way.

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Click on the link http://bit.ly/Appystore_RoadsandPavement to watch this video

3. Signboards -Traffic Safety

Teaching children road safety is a necessary and tough task. This video is designed to help your child identify the different safety sign boards on the roads. With this video children will be able to learn the road signs that denote slippery roads, zebra crossing and many other signs in a fun way.

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Click on the link http://bit.ly/Appystore_signboards to watch this video

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