A simple 5-step process enables educators to get their students rolling!
School administration approves implementing the Kindergarten PE Program.
The school or school system applies via the All Kids Bike School Application.
School receives donations needed to fund the program.
Once applied, All Kids Bike will share tips and options for fundraising.
PE Teachers complete online training.
All Kids Bike ships the program to the school. Hundreds of kids learn to ride!
Training and certification on our online platform include an overview, videos, and quizzes about our Learn-To-Ride curriculum so educators are well-prepared and fully-equipped to teach the program successfully.
Designed to be taught in 8 integrative lessons, the curriculum begins with the simple goal of teaching a child how to move, balance, and stop while on a two-wheeled balance bike. Midway through the curriculum, the bikes are converted from balance-mode to pedal-mode with one bolt.
This progressive-based approach aligns with SHAPE America National Physical Education Standards.
The program includes 24 one-of-a-kind, hybrid designed Strider 14x Bikes. Designed with educators in mind, the bikes have no-flat tires, integrated kickstands, and easily adjustable handlebars. The bike fleet also includes one Strider 20″ Bike for teacher instruction.
The program includes 24 Easy-Ride Pedal Conversion Kits which can be attached to the bikes with one bolt after students become proficient at balancing and are ready to learn the pedaling process.
The program includes 24 fully adjustable helmets. The curriculum instructs children on the proper fit of a helmet and reinforces the importance of wearing a helmet whenever they ride a bike.
To ensure the success of the Kindergarten PE Program, the Strider Education Foundation provides a five-year support plan to each school so educators can access training and certification in addition to other inquiries or bike fulfillment needs.
COVID relief money has been used by several schools to purchase the All Kids Bike Kindergarten Learn-To-Ride program to give health and wellness enrichment to students. Check with your school administrators or business office to see if that is a possibility for your class.
The United States Congress has provided several rounds of funding to school districts across the nation to assist with COVID-related expenses.
The American Rescue Plan Act was signed into law on March 11, 2021. It is a massive economic package – the third in a series provided by the federal government – addressing the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act was signed into law Dec. 27, 2020. It is considered a sequel to the CARES Act.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) was signed into law on March 27, 2020. It includes several grant programs to help educational entities prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus:
US Department of Education COVID-19 Resources for Schools, Students and Families
NCSL Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund Tracker
Learn more about the Kindergarten PE Program from the teachers who have implemented it.
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