Halloween Safety Tips with Activekidsclub.com Safety Reflectors
Kari shares her passion for getting children outdoors and keeping them safe:
I’m a mom passionate about getting kids outdoors. For us being outside is not a just an activity but a lifestyle. It starts when the kids are young. Both of my kids started by napping outdoors in their prams and playing outside in all kinds of weather. Ice, snow and rain do not stop my kids for playing outside.
However I always make sure both my kids are dressed for the weather and are visible in rainy and dark conditions. Especially when they are outside this time of year.
Finland invented the one thing that has, according to the World Health Organization’s Global Status Report on Road Safety, made Scandinavian countries experience the lowest pedestrian vs. vehicle accidents in the world. The humble safety reflector…
When I could not find any wearable safety reflector in the city of Toronto, I decided to create my own line of safety reflectors for Americans and Canadians.
ActiveKidsClub.com Safety Reflectors
Our safety reflectors were designed by our family to increase your family’s visibility. They also needed to be stylish so kids will want to wear them on their jackets and backpacks. When people discover that they are safety reflectors they are so surprised that something so fun looking can reflect so much light.
Activekidsclub.com Safety Reflectors are great gifts for Halloween, Christmas stocking stuffers and party loot bags and retail for $4 with discounts on family packs available online.
How to use safety reflectors: Simply attach safety reflectors on jackets, bikes, dog collars, strollers, purses and backpacks. Anything you want to be seen well in the darker hours.
The larger ActiveKidsClub.com Safety Reflectors work best for bigger items like backpacks, bikes, purses, and strollers.
Kari Svenneby and Activekidsclub.com have worked for the past 6 years to inspire families and schools to get outside. Safety reflectors from Activekidsclub.com help families spend more time in the fresh air and be safe. She has been featured in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, National Wildlife Federation, Norwegian Public Radio, Backpacker Magazine, Kaboom and an early collaborator with Children and Nature Network. Kari and ActiveKidsClub.com was also recently featured in Andrea Gordon’s (Toronto Star E-book) “Forest Kids : Why the modern classroom is moving outside”.