Taking a Field Trip? Bring the Walkie Talkies

Nov 5th 2010

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Field trips are an exciting experience for students, educators, and parents alike and if you're participating in an outing as a chaperone, don't forget that walkie talkies can help make the experience a whole lot easier...and safer.

With a set of walkie talkies, it can be easy to communicate with other chaperones so that everyone is on the same page. Use walkie talkies on field trips to:

  • Give directions to lost group members.
  • Help spot a lost or missing child.
  • Alert group members of a change in plans or in a meeting place.
  • Ask others for their locations so that it's easier to meet up.
  • Let others know of your position over a long distance.
  • Inform group members of important information regarding the trips or the students.

The possibilities for using walkie talkies on a field trip really are endless. The limits are only the bounds of communication.

So if you're heading on a field trip sometime soon and want a way to communicate easily and effectively with other group members over large distances, then be sure to check out the selection of walkie talkies by Motorola at TechWholesale.com.