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A clever new video is speaking kids’ language about how to walk safely to school, in the neighborhood or on city streets. The stars are cartoon characters just snarky enough for real kids to relate to.
Safe Routes to School posted the 5-minute animation just in time for International Walk to School Day, this year on October 8.
Way back when you might have walked or bike to school. But do you know today’s rules of the road?
Walk with or against car traffic?
How old is old enough for a kid to walk to school alone?
Those answers and more are here in English or Spanish:
Walking and biking is a fun and easy way for kids to be outdoors, get exercise and learn durable skills they can’t in the classroom, like how to navigate without a GPS.
Even if your school doesn’t have Walk to School Day, you can always help them out and plan it yourself.
Want inspiration for parenting active, creative kids? Read The Durable Human Manifesto (it only takes 10 minutes, plus it’s mostly pictures!)
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