### We found 996 reviewed resources for bicycle

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#### Caring for Bicycles

Do you ride a bike? Explore maintenance and safety with the book Caring for Bicycles. This instructional resource walks young ones through the steps of checking a bicycle. As this is a nonfiction text, features such as diagrams, charts,...

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#### Demonstrating Bicycle Helmet Effectiveness

A well-fitting helmet can be the difference between an unfortunate bicycle accident and a tragic bicycle accident. Encourage your class to exercise bike safety with a set of lessons that demonstrate the importance of wearing a helmet,...

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#### Bicycle Chain II

Apply geometric concepts to a design problem. Individuals examine the structural setup of the chain on a bicycle and use the measurements of the circles to determine the length of the chain.

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#### Give Me a Brake

Learners explore the concept of how brakes can stop or slow mechanical motion. They examine the operation of a bicycle brake and use low cost materials to devise a simple braking system. Finally, they work as a team to suggest...

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#### Bicycles & Tricycles

In this bicycles and tricycles worksheet, students solve and complete 8 different problems that include counting the number of bicycles and tricycles in each store. First, they complete the table for the number of wheels on the bikes in...

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#### Historic Bicycle

"Ordinary" bicycles are not so ordinary. Learners use given information to determine the circumference of wheels for a historic Ordinary or Penny Farthing bicycle. Pupils then determine the number of times each wheel turns when the...

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#### Bike Safety

Students discover the importance of obeying traffic signs and bike safety rules by completing a bike obstacle course. They discuss safety gear and traffic signs then complete the obstacle course while avoiding the simulated pedestrians.

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#### Bicycle Chain

Model a bicycle chain with circles and tangent lines. Given the dimensions of the sprocket wheels, young scholars calculate the length of the chain that surrounds them. A second task has learners write a function for the length of a...

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#### How It's Made - Bicycle

What are bikes made of? What did the first bicycles look like? Find out how science, such as heating alloys, is used to make a modern bicycle. People put brakes, chains, and gears together by hand! Amazing!

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#### Cloze Activity: Bike Safety

In this bike safety cloze procedure worksheet, students review a brief selection that is missing 12 words and then attempt to fill in each blank with a word they think the author might have used. A word bank is provided.

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#### Bike Safety

Students examine the importance of wearing bicycle helmets. In this bicycle safety lesson, students watch a demonstration of what occurs when a melon is dropped before relating it to falling off a bike and hitting your head. They talk...

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#### Design a Bicycle Helmet

Students are introduced to the biomechanical characteristics of helmets. They incorporate these characteristics into designs for helmets for various applications. They understand that using a bicycle helmet helps to protect the brain and...

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#### Bicycle Safety- Online Research Activity

In this online bicycle safety research learning exercise, students use the links to complete 21 fill in the blank and short answer questions. They determine the important things about getting the correct size of bike, learn the rules of...

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#### Bicycle Safety

First graders see how to operate and practice safe behavior on bicycles. They make a class chart that lists safe and unsafe behaviors when riding bicycles, then participate in a series of bike safety stations set up around the classroom.

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#### The Bicycle as a System

In this bicycle as a system learning exercise, students are assigned a subsystem of a bicycle, such as the wheel, the brakes and steering, or the frame. Each group of students identifies the parts, the function, the input, and the output...

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#### Bicycle Safety

learn the meanings of various signs for pedestrians, cyclists, and in-line skaters.

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#### Bicycle Metric Math

This terrific task is appropriate for practicing calculating times and distances for people riding bikes. Strangely, the publisher has marked this as designed for third through fifth grade Common Core math standards, but the skills are...

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#### Bicycling Through Yellowstone

In this math worksheet, students plan a simulated bicycle trip through Yellowstone National Park. Using the maps, coordinate information, sightseeing cards and other materials, students follow the directions for planning their trip.

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#### Protecting the Brain Against Concussion

"When kids sustain a concussion, we talk about them getting dinged or getting their bell rung...but what is it that we're really talking about?" This is a video that every adult and child should watch, as it details the real consequences...

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#### Choosing Materials for Bicycle Frames

In this materials for bicycle frames activity, students read about the various materials that have been used to construct bicycles and the pros and cons of each. They answer four critical thinking questions about the reading and bicycle...

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#### Healthy Kids: Creating Safe Communities And Schools

Students create a safety poster in small groups after a discussion on playground safety issues. They concentrate on bike safety, skating safety and general playground safety. After sharing the posters with the class they role-play safety...

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#### Bicycle Wheel Gyro

Using a bicycle wheel and a rotating stool, young physicists experiment with angular momentum. This is a simple, fun, and educational activity that demonstrates a foundational concept. If you can secure the materials, it is definitely...

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#### The Evolution Of Bicycling Technology

Pupils discover how the design of bicycles has changed over time as technology has developed. They use the Web to research bicycle history and then write a report showing how technology changed the way the bicycle looks and works.

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#### Bicycle: Do Some Research

In this researching the bicycle worksheet, students discover answers to questions about bicycles in the past and present. Students write five answers.