Over 20 Years of Bookmarks!
The Northeast Florida Community Traffic Safety Program started developing relationships with local libraries and schools in 1999. Traffic safety tips for kids were shared primarily on bookmarks. This led to activity books, tip cards, and even schoolbook cover wraps. In 2017, we targeted messages toward drivers as well as for children on our bookmarks. In 2021, activity cards were created for libraries with bike, walk, ride, and drive safe education and puzzles like crosswords, mazes, word search, and coloring activities.
While book covers are no longer relevant in today’s digital world, we have seen continued popularity for our bookmarks. You can find traffic safety materials in bookmobiles and neighborhood branches throughout District Two’s 18 county libraries.
This year we will be showcasing a new look for bookmarks covering critical topics on occupant protection, pedestrian safety, bicycle safety, and school bus safety. Here’s a sneak peek.
Coming Soon to a Library Near You!
Previous Traffic Safety Bookmarks
Check out all these cool bookmarks from the past. Feel free to print them out and make your own personal bookmark from these designs! To make a bookmark, print to fit on an 8.5×11 sheet of paper. Then cut around the artwork and fold it in half. They would also make excellent traffic safety tip cards to share.
2022 Double-Sided Activity Bookmarks
2019 Double-Sided Bookmarks
2018 Double-Sided Bookmarks
2017 Double-Sided Bookmarks
Blast from the Past Bookmarks
2021 Activity Cards
In addition to bookmarks, we developed a series of traffic safety activity cards. They were distributed to all the libraries in our 18-county district.