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Bike Safety (Grade 3)

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Bike Safety

Instructions: Spring - Bicycle - Small
Answer the questions to show what you know about bike safety.

What are some hazards to watch out for while riding your bike?
(Choose all that apply)
  1. flowers
  2. puddles
  3. potholes
  4. packed dirt
  5. loose gravel
What equipment do you need when riding a bike? (Choose all that apply)
  1. a helmet
  2. proper shoes
  3. a mouth guard
  4. loose-fitting clothes
  5. a dark-colored shirt
If you ride your bike at night, what should you have on your bike and your clothing?
  1. reflectors
  2. a loud horn
  3. lots of black
  4. special padding
When you ride a bike, where should your hands be?
  1. waving in the air
  2. on the handlebars
  3. holding on to your backpack
  4. one on the handlebar and one waving
When you sit on your bike, your feet shoud be
  1. one foot off the ground.
  2. able to touch the ground.
  3. spread in front of you.
  4. tucked behind you.
Bike riders should obey traffic laws.
  1. True
  2. False
When riding your bike, it is best to
  1. ride side-by-side with other riders.
  2. go in circles on the sidewalk
  3. zigzag back and forth.
  4. ride in a straight line.
Bike riders should ride against the flow of traffic.
  1. True
  2. False
What should you do before going on a bike ride? (Choose all that apply)
  1. Make sure your shoelaces are tied tight.
  2. Check your brakes to make sure they work.
  3. Make sure your seat is in the right position.
  4. Check your tires to make sure they have enough air.
  5. Make sure your bike is clean and shiny.
If you can see the driver of a car, the driver can see you.
  1. True
  2. False
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