designed specifically for Minnesota’s schools, this two-part curriculum helps children ages 5 to 13 learn traffic rules and regulations, potential hazards to traveling, and handling skills needed to bike and walk. Newly added components of the curriculum will help educators use this curriculum in classrooms with students who need help or assistance walking and biking
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These lessons include both worksheets and outdoor walking and biking activities. We have created these resources so that each activity has options of how the student may complete it, depending on the equipment and technology available to them
What are Bike Rodeos/Bike Clinics? This resource has instructions and scripts to run a bike rodeo (bicycle skills course)
How to start a SRTS program at your school
High-level overview of SRTS and the 5 E’s
a PowerPoint presentation outlining the basics of Safe Routes to School. Includes speaker notes so you can present to your target audience!
This toolkit will take you step by step through how to start a program, how to get your school and city on board, and how to make your program stronger over time
physical activity benefits of Safe Routes to School and strategies for measuring those benefits
statistics that explain Safe Routes to School, including traffic congestion, safety, health and obesity, environment and bus transportation costs
A menu of SRTS programs in the areas of Education, Encouragement, and Enforcement