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THINK! education resources are available and free to download!

1 January 0001

THINK is calling on all parents, teachers, and educators to download free resources.

In the current lockdown, we know that parents may be looking for additional resources to help keep children entertained and educated. Whilst they may be staying at home, it is still important for children to be reminded of how to stay safe when out walking or cycling for exercise, or travelling on essential journeys.

As parents plan for the second half of term, THINK reminds all of the many resources available on the THINK! website which include:

  • Hazard Spotting - interactive game
  • Be Bright Be Seen - interactive game
  • Take the Lead - interactive game
  • Short films for children to watch including the interactive Safer Journeys Anthem
  • For teachers/educators, the website also contains lesson plans which can be adapted and used for online lessons.

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