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Bikes Are Big on Planet Klynia

Author : Richard E. Klein
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Kids everywhere want to ride bikes... even kids on Planet Klynia! When twins Hazel and Henry move to Planet Klynia, they find a very different world. As they explore on their bicycles, they see that the local people, called Zonns, never smile. And the twins are the only ones on the whole planet who have bikes! After befriending a Zonn boy named Durst, the twins realize that people everywhere are not so different after all. Durst wants to ride a bike too, but is having trouble learning. With the help of the twins and their step-by-step tips, Durst discovers the joy of riding. Soon all of Klynia is riding bikes and smiling! A fun story for kids ages 6-12... and up. And a great book for any child who wants to ride a bike or has had trouble learning to ride in the past. Seeing that virtually anyone (if ambulatory and sighted) can ride a bike--even aliens--will inspire your child to hop on, feel the wind in the face, and become a smiling bike rider! Includes a How-To Guide to help you coach and teach your child! If your child wants to learn to ride a bike, these tips will help them get past training wheels. Your child will: Overcome their fear of riding Feel confident in learning to ride Learn to ride independently Professor Klein has been instrumental in developing a national program for teaching children with disabilities to master bike riding, and has applied his techniques to this step-by-step guide. This program has helped tens of thousands of children, making it the largest and most successful program of its kind. Professor Klein's bike riding tips can help your child too! Interview with the Author Some people call you The Bike Whisperer. Would you say that's true? I consider that a great compliment. It's a joy to help and see children overcome their fear of riding. Understanding the child/bicycle connection is the key, just as understanding the horses was crucial in The Horse Whisperer. I help each child learn to listen to what the bike is telling them. My goal is to inspire confidence--I always tell the learning child that it's easy and they start to believe it. Will this book really help ANYONE learn to ride a bike? Bike riding isn't something we teach a person to do, but rather it's a discovered skill. Each child has the potential to discover how to ride a bike so long as the environment is conducive for that discovery. Through experimentation, children adapt to and master the bicycle and refine their balancing skills. What makes your techniques so different? There is little oral instruction. I provide an appropriate training bike (or modify their own bike if possible), a safe environment, correct spotting techniques, and then launch them to find their balance. For children with disabilities, I provide a series of trainer bikes with gradually more challenging characteristics until the children are able to master a conventional bike. How long have you been interested in bicycles? My academic background focused on understanding movement and control of movement. In 1983, during my tenure as a mechanical engineering professor at the University of Illinois, my research led to the study of how children learn to ride bicycles, how to design better learning bicycles, and then the innovation of a world-recognized adaptive bike program for children with varied disabilities. The program has now spread throughout much of North America. Where can I get more information about the adaptive bike program? In The Bike Whisperer: Changing the World One Bike Rider at a Time, I tell the story of my experiences in developing the program. You can also visit RainbowTrainers.com to get more information about our mission or icanshine.org/programs to learn about instructional camps.

The Bicycle Book

Author : Anna Fern
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Before you start riding, you need to learn about your bike and how to ride it safely. Information includes the parts of your bike, standard fittings and extras, how to tell if the bike is the right size, and the right clothing for biking, focusing on safety and comfort. It is important to practise bike-riding skills and to know how to use breaks and gears before going out onto the road. You also need to learn the road rules, how to ride defensively, how to maintain a bike properly, how to fix a puncture and what to do in an accident.

Everyone Can Learn to Ride a Bicycle

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A father teaches his daughter all about bicycle riding, from selecting the right bike to trying again after a fall.

Learn About Bicycles

Author : Mitch Velthuis
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To be fit and healthy you need to be physically active. Regular physical activity can help protect you from serious diseases such as obesity, heart disease, cancer, mental illness, diabetes and arthritis. Riding your bicycle regularly is one of the best ways to reduce your risk of health problems associated with a sedentary lifestyle. Cycling is a healthy, low-impact exercise that can be enjoyed by people of all ages, from young children to older adults. It is also fun, cheap and good for the environment. Riding to work or the shops is one of the most time-efficient ways to combine regular exercise with your everyday routine. An estimated one billion people ride bicycles every day - for transport, recreation and sport. This book will share the experiences of a cycling beginner who chose to leave the 'department store' bicycles behind and pursue a bicycle purchase of a quality nature instead. You will find that this is the absolute key to a lifetime of enjoyment on a bicycle; finding the right bicycle for you. This book will look into what makes bicycle shop bikes better, and how the right bicycle will allow you to ride faster, longer, and with less pain. You will also learn enough about bicycles to save money when shopping, what bikes to avoid, and where to purchase your new bicycle from. Full color photos will help you through the process and bring you up to speed in the world of modern bicycles. Join the author and fall in love with this low impact, high-result activity that will change and enhance your life.

Peter Learns to Ride His Bicycle

Author : Oliver Carbonell
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Entertain a child with a fun story and at the same time you can learn how to teach them to ride a bicycle! Woven into the story is a proven fun and effective method for learning to ride. For ages 3 and above.

A Wheel Within a Wheel

Author : Frances Elizabeth Willard
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Writing to Learn

Author : Fred Sedgwick
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Writing to Learn looks at how poetry can be used as an enjoyable way to teach literacy across the curriculum. It includes remarkable poems and stories by children as well as clear descriptions of how to teach creatively within the framework of the National Literacy Strategy. The book goes through the primary curriculum, subject by subject: *Poetry and Science and Maths *Poetry and Personal, Social and Moral Education *Poetry and Art and Music *Poetry and Religious Education *Poetry for its Own Sake. The author includes: *advice on different ways children can compose their writing and how computers can be a valuable aid to children's writing *examples of published poetry and how it can be used to stimulate good writing *advice on bringing writers into schools and publishing school anthologies. This book will prove invaluable to teachers and parents keen to teach writing whilst seeing children as active and critical learners. It shows that if we expect great things from children in writing, we get them.

Encyclopedia of the Mind

Author : Harold Pashler
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It’s hard to conceive of a topic of more broad and personal interest than the study of the mind. In addition to its traditional investigation by the disciplines of psychology, psychiatry, and neuroscience, the mind has also been a focus of study in the fields of philosophy, economics, anthropology, linguistics, computer science, molecular biology, education, and literature. In all these approaches, there is an almost universal fascination with how the mind works and how it affects our lives and our behavior. Studies of the mind and brain have crossed many exciting thresholds in recent years, and the study of mind now represents a thoroughly cross-disciplinary effort. Researchers from a wide range of disciplines seek answers to such questions as: What is mind? How does it operate? What is consciousness? This encyclopedia brings together scholars from the entire range of mind-related academic disciplines from across the arts and humanities, social sciences, life sciences, and computer science and engineering to explore the multidimensional nature of the human mind.

All about Bicycles

Author : Therese Shea
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Children learn to ride them early in life. Weekend warriors use them for exercise. People even ride them to and from work. The bicycle is a source of entertainment, but it is also an invaluable means of transportation. Today, there are about two times more bicycles than cars worldwide. This fun and engaging resource discusses the development of the bicycle, its use throughout its two-hundred-year history, bicycle use around the globe, and modern innovations. Readers will learn the basic parts that make up a bicycle and the different reasons we ride them.

Gavin Learns about Bicycles

Author : Tracilyn George
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Gavin loved riding his bike and thought it would be fun to learn about bicycles. He learned how many people around the world used bicycles to travel to work and school. He learned it was more economical than cars.

E Learning Systems Environments and Approaches

Author : Pedro Isaías
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The volume consists of twenty-five chapters selected from among peer-reviewed papers presented at the CELDA (Cognition and Exploratory Learning in the Digital Age) 2013 Conference held in Fort Worth, Texas, USA, in October 2013 and also from world class scholars in e-learning systems, environments and approaches. The following sub-topics are included: Exploratory Learning Technologies (Part I), e-Learning social web design (Part II), Learner communities through e-Learning implementations (Part III), Collaborative and student-centered e-Learning design (Part IV). E-Learning has been, since its initial stages, a synonym for flexibility. While this dynamic nature has mainly been associated with time and space it is safe to argue that currently it embraces other aspects such as the learners’ profile, the scope of subjects that can be taught electronically and the technology it employs. New technologies also widen the range of activities and skills developed in e-Learning. Electronic learning environments have evolved past the exclusive delivery of knowledge. Technology has endowed e-Learning with the possibility of remotely fomenting problem solving skills, critical thinking and team work, by investing in information exchange, collaboration, personalisation and community building.

Safe Cycling

Author : Nicole Sipe
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Bike riding is a lot of fun, but it can also be dangerous. Read about how people have made cycling safe over the years. Learn how bicycles have changed over time and how bike parts, equipment, and trails make cycling safer. Created in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution, this STEAM book will ignite a curiosity about STEAM topics through real-world examples. It features a hands-on STEAM challenge that is perfect for makerspaces and that guides students step-by-step through the engineering design process. Make STEAM career connections with career advice from Smithsonian employees working in STEAM fields. Ideal for school reports and projects, this informational text will appeal to reluctant readers and ages 6-8.

Year s Best SF 18

Author : David G. Hartwell
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Once again, the finest SF short stories of the year have been collected in a single volume. With Year's Best SF 18, acclaimed, award-winning editor and anthologist David G. Hartwell demonstrates the amazing depth and power of contemporary speculative fiction, showcasing astonishing short stories from some of science fiction's most respected names as well as exciting new writers to watch. In this anthology, prepare to travel light years from the ordinary into a tomorrow at once breathtaking, frightening, and possible with some of the greatest tales of wonder published in 2012. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Propelled by Pedals

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Propelled By Pedals, is about bikes. The main focus is to let visitors have fun while learning to choose a bike. This site helps you learn what you need to know when choosing a bike, including size, what kinds of bikes you might like, and where to buy a bike. Kids learn about how to be safe while riding their bikes: rules and laws are included. The site explains how bikes work, how they are made of simple machines working together, and how bikes obey the laws of physics. Biographical information is given for some famous cyclists. The history of bikes is given. Some bike tricks and neat trails to ride from all over the U.S. and Canada are shown. You can learn what to eat to stay healthy. There are a few games, jokes, and riddles. There are pictures of bikes, links to other sites, and bibliographical information.

Perspectives on Knowledge Management

Author : I V Malhan
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In an effort to integrate the thought processes of prominent scholars in the field of Knowledge Management (KM), editors I V Malhan and Shivarama Rao K have selected contributions from these scholars and encapsulated them in a single volume. Compiled primarily to make information professionals and knowledge workers aware of the growing diversity and importance of KM, the comprehensive coverage provided in Perspectives on Knowledge Management will contribute to better understanding of the evolving and significant field of KM.

Bicycles

Author : Patricia Lakin
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Go behind the scenes and learn how craftsman Aaron Dykstra makes one-of-a-kind bicycles by hand with this nonfiction book that’s full of photographs and illustrations about his process. Aaron Dykstra of Six-Eleven Bicycles in Roanoke, Virginia, got his first job at a small local bike shop when he was fifteen and he spent the majority of his teen years riding and racing bikes. After a stint in the air force, Aaron realized his true passion was on land: making these beautiful machines. This book gives kids a detailed peek into Aaron’s process making steel bike frames with his own hands. Charts, infographics, and bold photographs make this a perfect book for anyone who’s curious about how a bicycle is made. This book also features a brief history of cycling, a timeline, and resources to inspire kids to make their own objects by hand.

Perspectives on Learning and Memory

Author : L.-G. Nilsson
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First published in 1985. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

On Bicycles

Author : Amy Walker
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Once the quaint province of European cities such as Amsterdam, daily cycling is currently exploding in North American cities. People ride folding bikes to the train, slip through traf?c on tricked-out ?xed-gears, and carry children and groceries on their utility bikes. Commuters are giving up their cars Monday through Friday, bike lanes and bike parking are sprouting up all over, and Talking Head David Byrne has designed arty bike racks for various New York City neighborhoods. It’s healthy for riders and clean for the environment, but is it fun? Amy Walker, who has been at the forefront of the urban cycling trend, knows that the answer is yes. She presents stories by a diverse group of cycling enthusiasts and activists that, accompanied by the illustrations of bike culture artist Matt Fleming, show readers why. They say you never forget how to ride a bike; this collection helps us remember why we ride.

The Bicycle journal ed by A Howard

Author : Alfred Howard (cyclist)
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Bikes and Boards

Author : Lisa Greathouse
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Readers will be amazed to discover that every time they climb onto bicycles and ride like the wind, they are defying gravity! This book explains the physics and history behind bicycles, skateboards, and surfboards. Readers learn what happens from the simplest movement of rolling forward to more complex tricks and stunts of jumping and spinning. Readers will never look at bikes, skateboards or surfboards the same way again.