An instructor chats with a student at a bike rodeo

At-Home Education

In response to the need for students to learn from home at the end of the 2020 school year, the BCM created these four education modules to help teach the basics of bicycle and pedestrian safety. Learn from home, while on vacation, or when we’re all back in school. Stay safe!

Module #1: Wear Your Helmet the Right Way

Be a Safe Bike Driver handout


1) Reference the be a Safe Bike Driver Handout
The eyes, ears, mouth safety video




2) Watch the “Eyes-Ears-Mouth” helmet video
The helmet activity handout
3) Complete the helmet activity
Helmet enrichment handout
4) In-depth helmet enrichment
Helmet-decorating activity
5) Decorate a helmet.

Module #2: Dress Bright & Tight for Safety

Be a Safe Bike Driver handout


1) Reference the be a Safe Bike Driver Handout
Bright and tight safety video screenshot



2) Watch the Dress Bright & Tight for Safety video
Bright and tight worksheet
3) Complete the Bright & Tight activity
Bright and tight enrichment
4) In-depth Bright & Tight enrichment
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Bright and tight activity sheet
5) Draw a bright and tight safety scene.

Module #3: Check Your Bike for Safety

Be a Safe Bike Driver handout


1) Reference the be a Safe Bike Driver Handout
ABC Quick Check video screenshot




2) Watch the ABC Quick Check video
Part of a bike worksheet
3) Complete the activity: Label a Bike + Do and ABCQ
ABC Quick Check details
4) In-depth Bike Check Enrichment
How to Draw a Bike activity



5) Can you draw a bicycle? (hint: 75% of people cannot)

Module #4: Obey the Rules of the Road

Rules of the road handout


1) Reference the Be a Safe Bike Driver Handout
Screenshot from rules of the road video




2) Watch the Rules of the Road video
Rules of the road activity sheet
3) Complete the Rules of the Road activity

Rules of the road details
4) In-depth Rules of the Road Enrichment
Draw a road map activity sheet
5) Draw & Illustrate a Road Map