Games and Toys History



1.  Ask an adult to help you find a safe place to build a bike course!  You can use chalk or road cones to outline the course. Make sure you add in some special turns or tricks.

2.  Go on a bike ride with your family!  Talk about where you want to go and what you want to see.  Do you want to stop at the park half way or try to peddle really fast?

3.  Don’t know how to ride a bike yet?  Check with your local parks department.  They often offer classes on how to balance, pedal, and ride a bike safely.

Did you know there are more bikes on the road than cars?  But how were bicycles invented?  How are you able to balance on them?  And how come you never forget how to ride one? 

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