Go outside and play, be safe and wear a reflex


The darker winter months can be an added challenge to getting kids and adults outdoors. We think getting dressed for the weather and increasing your visibility is one of the most important steps anyone can take to enjoy being outside. Being seen as a cyclist, pedestrian or a child playing outside is the first step in preventing accidents. Reflector can make it much safer and help prevent accidents where kids and traffic meet. After all, every day is an outside day.Wearing reflectors this time of year can prevent accidents for adults and kids. But, did you know reflectors could be fun too? Have a reflector hunt in the dark.

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Now go outside and play, be safe and wear a reflector

We are excited to offer you ActiveKidsclub.com’s safety reflectors. Forget about boring reflectors, we are releasing a fun European style reflector designed by Kari and the ActiveKidsclub.com team.

Hang them from backpacks, jackets, bikes, dog collar, strollers, and handbags and stick them to helmets.


Butterfly 4 $

Soccer ball 4 $


Heart 4 $


Sticker with Active Kid 3 $

Special offer Family Pack (8 reflectors and 2 stickers) 24 $

You get two reflectors and two stickers for free.

2 Hearts

3 Butterflies

3 Soccer balls

2 stickers with Active Kid

About ActiveKidsClub.com and safety reflectors
Activekidsclub.com is passionate about getting kids and adults outdoors, in their neighborhoods and in nature. We think being outdoors is a lifestyle we choose, every day, whether you live in an urban setting or country style. Biking, walking and playing in our communities and being connected to your neighborhoods are an important part of a healthy active lifestyle.

Kari Svenneby and Activekidsclub.com has worked for the last 6 years to inspire families and schools to get outside and Reflex is the latest tool from Activekidsclub.com to help families spend more time in the fresh air. She has been featured in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, National Wildlife Federation, Norwegian Public Radio, Backpacker Magazine, Kaboom, an early collaborator with Children and Nature Network and ActiveKidsClub was recently mentioned in Richard Louv’s latest book “The Nature Principle”.