Road Safety: One lesson at a time.
The resources on this site were created by teachers, for teachers, all with the aim to keep our children and youth safe while on Ontario’s roads.
There are resources for each grade level – Primary, Junior, Intermediate, and Secondary – and on topics like bicycle, pedestrian, and car safety, among others.
Download Community Engagement Kits for more ways to put the curriculum into action and advocate for road safety in your classroom and community.
Curriculum-approved, age-appropriate resources for every Grade and topic
Explore to find games, exercises, checklists, posters, various activities, and more.
Browse by Grade level.
Each section includes level-appropriate lesson plans and teaching and learning strategies. Cross-curricular links to literacy, health and physical education and other subject areas have also been identified for each grade level.
Kindergarten to Grade 3
The instructor provides a foundation in passenger, school bus, pedestrian, and bicycle safety. Students learn pedestrian and road rules to follow in their day to day life.
Grades 4 to 6
Students explore road safety as pedestrians, riders, and passengers in their communities through guided discussions and group work.
Grades 7 and 8
These lessons focus on recognizing unsafe road behaviour. Broader connections are made to societal communication and practices, relationships, knowledge and culture.
Browse by Topic.
Know what you’re looking to teach? Choosing any of the road safety topics below will supply you with general safety rules and tips, along with grade-level specific lessons and curricular connections by grade level.