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Lesson Plans for Educators
Here you will find some of our favorite lesson plans from around the country.
Martin Luther King Day March
- Celebrate MLK Day with an age-appropriate march around the school.
Walk Around the World
- Incorporates geography, math, and social studies to demonstrate how far the class can travel on foot/bike.
- Awakens students to their family's travel habits and introduces alternatives to car use.
Oral History Project
- Students interview their grandparents about how they traveled to school.
Traffic Tally (from walkBoston)
- Students design and conduct a traffic survey to explore traffic volumes on key local roads; make connections between vehicle traffic, air pollution, and health.
Walking Wisdom and Bike Driver's Ed
- Created by the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin (3.9MB).
Smart Moves for Washington Schools
- Transportation and the environment activities for grades K-12.
Walk Smart Bike Smart Vermont! Curriculum
- A K-12 Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety curriculum developed by Safe Routes to School in Vermont.
Get up and Go Classroom Activities
- Seven activity sheets put together by North Jersey Safe Routes to School.
Safe Routes Nebraska K-8 in-class Activities
- Classroom activities, including an in-class Jeopardy Game.
Safe Routes Kentucky Lesson Plans
- including "Use Your Head Before Your Feet," "Our Happy Healthy Hearts," and "A Safe Place to Walk"
- interactive CD-Roms for K-3 children
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