How bright are you?
The quiz tells you how much the children know about the topic of visibility. You can do it before sharing the knowledge, or afterwards to check how well the children have understood the topic.
When should you wear reflectors or lights?
Where should you wear reflectors and shine?
What lights and reflectors do you need when you’re out and about on your bike?
You can pick out a new jacket. Which colour is best for keeping yourself safe?
Should your schoolbag glow too?
Why is visibility so important, especially in autumn and winter?
Now you’re one of the brightest.
Visibility is always important when it’s not light outside. This can happen in many situations:
• When it’s dark.
• At dawn or dusk (morning and evening)
• In bad weather such as fog, rain or snow.
It’s worth being prepared for situations like these and carrying reflectors with you at all times, for example.
You don’t know which side other road users are passing you from. That’s why you should be visible from everywhere. Wear reflectors on your front, back and sides. You’ll stand out particularly well if you reflect light on both your arms and legs. Moving body parts stand out particularly well.Next Question
The law says that bikes must have two stationary lights (white at the front, red at the back) and a reflector when it’s dark. We suggest you be even more visible. You can do this in the following ways:
- Reflectors on the spokes
- A safety wing
- Bright clothes
- Reflectors on your clothes and helmet
You’ll stand out a lot better with bright, shiny clothes. A high-visibility vest or neon-coloured clothes with reflectors are ideal.Next Question
Especially when cars are approaching you from behind, your safety is very important. Protect yourself and your back with reflectors on your school backpack.Next Question
Motorists will see you from a distance in good lighting conditions. But in autumn, winter and early spring, the days are shorter and it’s darker more often. That’s why it’s important that you always make yourself clearly visible when you’re out and about.End Quiz
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