Identifying why Injuries Occur when Riding Bikes

Danielle Howton
Honeywood Primary School

The year 4 class completed a variety of activities to identify why injuries occur when riding bikes.

The first activity involved students working in groups brainstorming ideas as to why there are so many injuries while riding bikes. Students recorded their ideas onto a whiteboard.

The second activity involved a gallery walk where individual students were asked to record on paper around the room as to why there were injuries according to three different headings- unsafe behaviour, hazardous environments and lack of skills and knowledge.

The last activity involved students completing a whole class survey as to what injuries they had occurred whilst riding bikes.The tallies were recorded and the results discussed as a whole class.

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James (Your Move)

Thanks for sharing your bike safety class activity - it has earned you 15 points, plus a bonus 10 for giving all the details. I hope it wasn't too gory!

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