Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality, Transportation Department Traffic Services Branch Office teams periodically train children to raise a conscious generation in traffic. 4. Together with the education given to the students of the class, the a Trafiko eğitim training set prepared by Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality is presented as a gift. Children learn the rules of traffic by playing this educational set.
Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality, Department of Transportation Directorate of Traffic Services teams in the 2018 12 118 school by going to the school 13 51 XNUMX students gave a total of traffic safety training. In addition to the trainings, “Trafiko in training kit was given to the students.
TRAINING TRAFFIC RULES
The trainings provide information to the children about the meaning of the traffic signs, the rules of walking on the sidewalk, the importance of using the safe passage places and the necessity of the use of seat belts. After this information, the children get the chance to repeat the information they have received with the arak Trafiko de training set.
TRAINER AND TRAINING GAME İCİ TRAFFICO EĞİT
I Trafiko eller training set was prepared by expert personnel in Traffic Services Branch Office. The training set informs and educates children about traffic rules in a fun way. The set Trafiko iko training set, designed to raise children in the future as conscious and respectful individuals in the traffic, gives children the message esi Beautiful with love, respect and tolerance esi.
HEM PLAY GAMES, HEMDE KOCAELI
Children learn the traffic rules with the atı Trafiko de training set and find the opportunity to get to know Kocaeli. The game starts in Çayırova where Kocaeli border is located and ends in Karamürsel, the last border of Kocaeli. While playing the game, the children's playgrounds include the Darıca Zoo, Eskihisar Castle, Osmangazi Bridge, Çenye Park area, Kocaeli Science Center, Kobis, Seka Park, Kocaelispor, Clock Tower, Cengiz Topel Airport, Kartepe Ski Center, Başiskele Beach Park, Resurrection Youth Camp, Aytepe Hiking Trail and Altınkemer Beach.
HOW TO PLAY?
First, the game board is laid out. Players line up clockwise around the table from small to large. Each player puts his own pawn of a different color on the starting point. Question cards are mixed thoroughly. The questions are posed facing the ground. The youngest player starts the game first. The starting player takes the top question card and gives it to the next player without looking. The player to whom the question card is given reads the question and answer options written on the card to the player who will answer it. It should definitely not say how many points the question has. If the question has a figure, the person asking the question closes the answer and score in the corner with their finger. He shows the question card to his friend, who will answer without the answer and score being visible. If the player knows the correct answer to the question, the square moves forward by the point value of the question card. (For example, if A/3 is written in the lower right corner, the correct answer is A, Question value is 3 points). The question cards used are placed on top of each other in a separate place. If the question cards run out before the game ends, the cards are shuffled and used again. Players who advance as much as the value of the question card they know on the game board act according to the notifications written on the square they reach. (For example; you caught a red light, wait for a turn, or you reached a pedestrian crossing and go to square 41 from the square you are in). If he could not answer the question correctly, he waits for his turn to come again in the square he is in. The second-ranked player draws a question card and the game continues. If the square that says "Wait one turn" comes across each player in the same turn, the next player continues the game. First player game to reach the last square (tile 81) on the game board kazanit will happen. The remaining players continue the game for second and third place.