Educational support materials can be purchased separately and in addition to purchasing with a program. The support materials can be customized for your area and to meet your community needs. Some program materials are updated annually and access to the updates are available.
The Traffic Safety CITY is the best methodology for teaching the abstract concept called "traffic". A 100% hands-on educational program where children practice traffic safety while walking on realistic sidewalks and crossing streets; in the safety of the multi-purpose room, auditorium or gym. Traffic streets scenarios/hazards plaguing your community is brought to the youth in a safe environment. Like a theatrical stage setting, using real photographs of their community, they are transported into their streets with familiar landmarks. The Traffic Safety CITY Manual gives step-by-step instructions on how to assemble the CITY and conduct the age appropriate program.
What's inside? The typical educational video is taken to the next exciting level in "The Bike Channel". Educational components are woven together as a nightly newscast. The winner of the Golden Globe Short Educational Documentary, "The Bike Channel" addresses the many dangers facing the youth of today as they venture onto roadways by bicycles. The rules of the road, survival skills, wearing a bicycle helmet and bicycling as a sport are a few of the many topics covered in the award winning 28 minute video.
The 45 page BLAST Tutorial has everything outlined in detail to conduct the BLAST Program. The BLAST DVD/Video and Tutorial Package has everything needed to conduct assembly programs followed by a hands-on bicycle skills course and introductory competiton. This age group needs to learn bicycle handling skills along with traffic rules and laws. Every aspect of the program emphasies the correct use of a helmet.
“Who Wants to Live?”, using the power point presentation CD, enables the show host to conduct a parity on the popular TV game show: “Who Wants to be a Millionaire”. Students act as contestants answering 54 questions related to traffic safety. Any member of the audience may be called on to answer a question, be apart of asking the audience, keeping all students engaged. The game show format can be an alternative to or in addition to the “The Bike Channel” DVD/Video.
YES-BIKE Curriculum Guide – Components of the Professional Development Training addresses specific content standards required by the Overarching Physical Education Standards for 9th through 12th grades. The YES-BIKE Curriculum Vol. I is outline in detail in over 50 pages, recommended. YES, Inc. secondary physical education YES-BIKE Curriculum Vol. I & II for schools to implement a 4 to 10 week P.E. Unit to learning and maintaining physical fitness strategies by improving health and performance includes basic knowledge of psychological and sociological concepts, bicycle motor skills, principles and strategies applied to competition will all be covered. The three sections of YES-BIKE: Presentation, Skills Course and Track Drills and Races. At the end of Vol. I & II, the 10 week Unit, the students will have experienced the Olympic Omniun Races. YES-BLAST or YES-BIKE Curriculum Vol. I is FREE for any secondary school Physical Education Department.
Youth Education Safety Classes (YESC) - citation diversion for minors commiting traffic violations (non-vehicular) to satisfy the Courts and Probation Departments requirements with a 4 hour class. The violators are referred by the Probation Department for youth ages 9-17 and the parent/guardian to attend the class. Youth are referred for bicycle, helmet, scooter, j-walking, pedestrian, skateboard, fare evasion and more violations. The class material includes the most common California Vehicle Code violations and local city municipal violations.