Quiz on Bicycle Helmets
Students should find their answers on the web at http://www.helmets.org/quick.htmObjective: Students will use the website to search for the answers to the questions about bicycle helmets.
Objective: Students will learn the benefits of wearing safety helmets when riding bicycles.
1. What 3 things should you look for to determine which helmet is the best to buy?
2. For the coolest helmet you should look at the helmet's ventilation.
3. How much would the least expensive helmet cost?
Do cheap helmets protect as well as expensive ones?
4. CPSC sets a helmet standard. What do the letters CPSC stand for?
5. Would it be easy to find a helmet for kids from ages 1 to 5?
6. Why are there no helmets for tiny heads?
7. Find 3 things that parents should look for in a child's helmet.
Clue: Go to the question "Kid's helmets?" and find the blue words "more on kid's helmets. Scroll down and look for big black words. Click on "BACK" button to return to beginning.
8. List 3 ways you can tell if your helmet is on backwards.
9. When should a helmet be replaced?
10. Do we have mandatory helmet laws here?
Clue: If you don't already know, click on the blue words "list of laws" and find our state or community if we have one. Click on "BACK" button to return to beginning.
11. Look at the statistics on helmets. List 2 statistics that you find interesting.
12. What 2 things must you do for the helmet to work correctly and protect your head in a crash?
13. List two reasons why it is not safe to have beads braided in your hair or a baseball cap on while wearing your helmet.
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AnswersIf we put answers here, the students will find them too! For answers, teachers can contact us and we will email them back to your school address. We need your name, school and grade to send answers. You can share answers, so only one teacher per school has to do this. The disk in our Toolkit containing our Helmet Promotion Program Manual has answers on the disk.
This quiz was initially prepared by Jeanne Smith,
a 5th and 6th grade Science teacher at Mt. Ida Elementary in Mt.
Ida, Arkansas. Her email address is JSMIT@mties.dmsc.k12.ar.us
This page was revised on: September 28, 2020.