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Online Learning

We’re here to help you while your students learn from home!

We want you to know that while we can’t meet in person, we’re still here to help support you in your efforts to keep kids healthy and active.

Now more than ever, walking and bicycling (at a safe distance of 6 feet apart, of course) are great ways to maintain a healthy immune system and positive outlook. Below, you’ll find plans for at-home educational activities  that both teachers and caregivers can use to keep entire families moving.

Also, while we can’t visit your school, we’ve made a number of online classroom presentations available so your students can continue to learn throughout the school year.

For information on our online presentations and International Walk and Roll Week, please visit the site’s Our Services page.

Activities

Resources for Everyone

Explore at-home learning resources and activities for all grade levels.

Grades K-1

Explore at-home learning resources and activities for grades K-1.

Grades 2-3

Explore at-home learning resources and activities for grades 2-3.

Grades 4-5

Explore at-home learning resources and activities for grades 4-5.

Middle School

Explore at-home learning resources and activities for middle school students.

High School

Explore at-home learning resources and activities for high school students.

Online Classroom Presentations

Alameda County BikeMobile

The BikeMobile is like combining a bookmobile and a bicycle repair shop. The BikeMobile makes visits all around the county to repair bicycles for students and reinforce safe bicycling. The BikeMobile is currently available as a series of online classroom presentations!

Bike Rodeos

Bike rodeos are fun-filled courses that focus on introducing elementary and middle school students to safe bicycle handling skills and riding techniques on the road. Bike rodeos are available in virtual format, too!

Drive Your Bike 101

The Drive Your Bike program is ideal for PE teachers who want to provide intensive bike safety education and training to middle and high school students. Drive Your Bike is currently available as a series of virtual online classroom presentations!

Drive Your Bike 102

The Drive Your Bike 102 program is ideal for STEM or PE teachers who want to provide intensive bike safety education and training to high school students combined with environmental science lessons, even as we learn online. Currently available as a series of online classroom presentations!

Music Notes

Music Notes performs age-appropriate concerts that teach walking and biking safety through hip-hop songs and videos. Concerts are currently available in a virtual format with a live Q&A over video conference!

Pedestrian Rodeos

A team of safety instructors conducts this engaging and fun-filled traffic simulation course to teach students safe pedestrian behaviors. Currently available as an online classroom presentation!

Pedestrian Safety Workshops

Pedestrian safety workshops are assembly-style presentations that teach students safe, lawful pedestrian behavior using our simulated city street course. Workshops are currently available as an online classroom presentation!

Learn more

The “Go Green” classroom curriculum provides lessons to teach students about the benefits of using active or shared transportation. Ecology, recycling, leadership and other “green” lessons motivate students to choose active (walking or rolling) and shared (carpooling or taking transit) options to travel to school in an effort to protect the environment and increase physical activity. Teachers may use this curriculum, or our staff can present to your online classroom.

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Learning how to ACT Safely when traveling near railroad tracks is a skill for life at any age.