OL For Kids
Operation Lifesaver helps kids and adults learn about staying safe when it comes to railroads. You’ll find our most popular materials for kids right here!
||Click on the Sly Fox & Birdie Coloring Page for pictures you can print and color.|
||Check out our safety posters.|
||Complete our word search puzzles.|
||View and print the Operation Lifesaver activity sheets from our partners in Canada. (Note: Page 7 stats are in KM/H).|
||View our Trains and Tracks presentation, for use with children in grades K-2 or between the ages of 5-8, which introduces young children to basic safety messages and train attributes.|
||View our Train Safety Savvy presentation, for use with children in grades 3-5 or between the ages of 8-11, which covers general safety messages, signs and signals, and trespass prevention messages.|
||View our Mainline Middle School presentation, for use with grades 6-8 or between the ages of 11-13, which covers general safety messages, signs and signals, and trespass prevention messages.|
Videos for Kids
Did you know we have a number of videos intended for the younger audience? You can click here to see videos specifically "For Young People".
Did you know Operation Lifesaver has programs in states across the U.S.? Contact your OL State Coordinator or call us at 703-739-0308 for information about free safety presentations, training and volunteer opportunities available in your area.
Is a phone call worth your life?
According to the AAA, 67% of drivers admit to talking on cell phones while driving, and 21% read or send text messages or email while driving. That figure rises to 40% for drivers under the age of 35.