Little boy waits at street corner to cross the street

Mistakes kids make when walking and how to be safer. 

Halloween Safety Blog

See how you can keep Halloween a happy and safe holiday. 

Pedestrian School Zone Safety blog

This blog explains new research done by Safe Kids Worldwide, with support from FedEx, that found that teen distraction is on the rise.

Back to School Carpool

Who says only kids get the back-to-school jitters? Parents are just as likely to get a little anxious, especially when it comes to making sure their kids get to school safely. 

Back to school

Back to school safety tips to help your child learn how to walk safely.

Pokemon Go and Walk Safely

Whether playing Pokemon Go or using any app, it is important to remember key pedestrian safety tips to keep you and your kids safe. 

road safety blog

On this World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims 2015, we pause for a moment to remember the millions of people who have lost their lives around the globe in road collisions. Here at Safe Kids Worldwide, we remember all road traffic victims, but we pay special tribute to the more than 180,000 children who lose their lives every year in vehicles, as pedestrians, as bicyclists, and on motorcycles. For children, road traffic deaths are a true health epidemic, ranking as the number one cause of death for those between the ages of 5 and 19, both in the United States and around the world.

funny sign blog 2015

While recognizing that driving a car is very serious business, officials hope that these signs will be more than one-time reminders to drivers. In addition to making people laugh, they hope these attention-grabbing signs will be family conversation starters, and help create more long-term safe driving habits.

UN Goals Logo

Today is International Walk to School Day, a day when we’re all focused on making sure our kids get to school safely. It’s become bigger and bigger each year – and with good reason, since road traffic injuries are the number one killer of kids ages 5 to 19 in the U.S. and around the world. Now, just in time for Walk to School Day, the United Nations did something that’s incredibly important for our children – and for all of us. For the first time, the UN approved worldwide goals that include targets for reducing deaths and injuries on our roads!

 INTERNATIONAL WALK TO SCHOOL DAY 2016

Celebrate International Walk to School Day (Oct 5). We’ve created some helpful, and fun items to help you teach your kids how to walk safely.

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