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By: Carlton Reid http://quickrelease.tv/?p=202#comment-33679 Carlton Reid Wed, 13 Feb 2008 09:18:39 +0000 http://quickrelease.tv/?p=202#comment-33679 Use some of the scoot-weeee-balance methods above and you'll progress quickly. Good luck. Use some of the scoot-weeee-balance methods above and you’ll progress quickly. Good luck.

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By: JAnonymus http://quickrelease.tv/?p=202#comment-19659 JAnonymus Wed, 12 Dec 2007 20:40:19 +0000 http://quickrelease.tv/?p=202#comment-19659 i'm 14 and can't ride a bike help! im not that bad i can ride i just keep falling off anyway, help! i’m 14 and can’t ride a bike help! im not that bad i can ride i just keep falling off anyway, help!

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By: david http://quickrelease.tv/?p=202#comment-19318 david Sun, 09 Dec 2007 08:24:08 +0000 http://quickrelease.tv/?p=202#comment-19318 Learning to ride a bike Bugabike, the latest trend in bicycles, has just arrived in the USA and Canada. I was reading this week - studies show that 100% of children who have used a Bugabike, can ride a bike immediately without stabilizers and enjoy the experience. As we know, learning to ride a bicycle is one of life’s milestones, the first step to gaining true independence. For parents, there is no prouder moment than the sight of their own child pedaling away in the distance having mastered its art :) Learner bikes, such as Bugabike, are the perfect introduction to the world of cycling for youngsters and help to develop this early learning skill. They have been produced for children who are too young to ride a traditional bike. The simple, pedal-less design of learner bikes means children have to power them by pushing their feet against the ground, and use their feet to restore balance. By separating the steering and balance function from the pedaling, children can learn to balance without any other distractions. Children are natural learners and constantly absorb new experiences. They love to make independent progress and by having a Bugabike, cycling is something they can learn how to master on their own. They will discover how it works, how to keep in equilibrium and how to make it move faster. Within a short time they will have more confidence about staying upright and will soon be coasting with their feet away from the ground. DESCRIPTION Two-wheeled bicycle without pedals. Children propel forward using their feet to push off the ground and coast, gaining practice in balance and coordination needed to ride a traditional two-wheeled bicycle. APPLICATIONS FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES Physical Description Rubber tires provide a smooth, quiet ride. Rubber handles with enlarged ends help maintain proper hand positions. The seat height is adjustable. The front handlebars control the movement of the front tire. The seat is slightly padded. There are no pedals to negotiate while learning how to balance. Feet provide the forward motion. Bugabike provides good exercise, helping to combat childhood obesity. Skills Balance is targeted as children propel forward by using their feet on the ground and pushing. As children practice, they become more confident in riding and balance and can raise their legs up and “coast”. Balance reaction is heightened as children learn to correct changes in movement. Muscle strength is increased as children ride and practice and on the Bugabike. Motor planning and coordination are targeted skills while riding the Bugabike. Play Ideas Set up cones for a child to propel to. Each time the child uses the Bugabike, move the cones farther apart to encourage movement and increase distance. Count how many seconds a child coasts before putting his feet on the ground. Have the child try to beat his time. Sensory Description Balance requires the processing of sensory information along with the body and muscles’ response. It is made of bright, inviting red and natural wood colors. Children can feel the secure pressure under their feet as they push off the ground to propel forward. The proprioceptive input a child experiences riding the Bugabike can help him gain control and organize his thought process and can then help him focus and attend to cognitive tasks presented to him after. Skills Motor planning and coordination are targeted skills while riding the Bugabike. Adaptation Ideas For a child with limited vision, use on a sidewalk with grass on both sides. Make sure there are no obstacles. This can enable a child with visual limitations to feel the forward movement, but remain in control with her feet, rather than pedals. Communicative Description Bugabike provides good exercise, helping to combat childhood obesity. The proprioceptive input a child experiences riding the Bugabike can help him gain control and organize his thought process and can then help him focus and attend to cognitive tasks presented to him after. Skills Motor planning and coordination are targeted skills while riding the Bugabike. Turn taking, patience and negotiation are worked on as children play together with one Bugabike. Play Ideas Have one child run/race next to the child riding on the Bugabike. Have one child use the Bugabike and push off with their feet and begin coasting at a particular “start” line that has been drawn on the sidewalk with chalk. Have the child coast as long as he can. Mark his stopping point with a chalk line. Have the second child do the same and mark his stopping point. Take turns trying to go farther and “beat” the other’s distance. Cognitive Description The Bugabike provides a step in between riding a bicycle with training wheels and riding without training wheels. The transition is easier because they learn how to balance on two wheels without having to negotiate pedals during their learning curve. The Bugabike is more intuitive to learn how to balance and ultimately ride a two-wheel bicycle. Bugabike provides good exercise, helping to combat childhood obesity. The proprioceptive input a child experiences riding the Bugabike can help him gain control and organize his thought process and can then help him focus and attend to cognitive tasks presented to him after. Skills Problem solving is practiced as a child learns how to balance and correct side-to-side movements. Counting can be encouraged by counting the number of seconds a child coasts before putting his feet on the ground; counting the number of sidewalk squares a child passes; writing numbers in chalk along the sidewalk and seeing how far a child progresses. Motor planning and coordination are targeted skills while riding the Bugabike. Play Ideas Once a child starts to coast, sing the alphabet song to see what letter is reached before she puts her feet back on the ground. Have her repeat and “beat” her letter. FEATURES & BENEFITS Durable Inviting Due to Uniqueness High quality Connects/assembles securely Promotes active play Wooden pieces One-piece unit Upright position for play DEVELOPMENTAL PROCESSES PROMOTED Cause and Effect Action Concepts In/Out, Push/Pull, On/Off, Go/Stop Problem Solving Physical Range of Motion Proprioceptive Input Gross Motor Balance Motor Planning Sequential Thought Bilateral Coordination Weight Shifting Coordinated Movement Core Strengthening - Trunk Strength, Stability more info: http://www.ableplay.org/evaluation.asp?ToyID=141 Deprecated: Function split() is deprecated in /home/lxzxyaow/public_html/wp-content/plugins/gapp/googleanalytics.php on line 379

Learning to ride a bike

Bugabike, the latest trend in bicycles, has just arrived in the USA and Canada. I was reading this week - studies show that 100% of children who have used a Bugabike, can ride a bike immediately without stabilizers and enjoy the experience.

As we know, learning to ride a bicycle is one of life’s milestones, the first step to gaining true independence. For parents, there is no prouder moment than the sight of their own child pedaling away in the distance having mastered its art :)

Learner bikes, such as Bugabike, are the perfect introduction to the world of cycling for youngsters and help to develop this early learning skill. They have been produced for children who are too young to ride a traditional bike. The simple, pedal-less design of learner bikes means children have to power them by pushing their feet against the ground, and use their feet to restore balance. By separating the steering and balance function from the pedaling, children can learn to balance without any other distractions.

Children are natural learners and constantly absorb new experiences. They love to make independent progress and by having a Bugabike, cycling is something they can learn how to master on their own. They will discover how it works, how to keep in equilibrium and how to make it move faster. Within a short time they will have more confidence about staying upright and will soon be coasting with their feet away from the ground.

DESCRIPTION
Two-wheeled bicycle without pedals. Children propel forward using their feet to push off the ground and coast, gaining practice in balance and coordination needed to ride a traditional two-wheeled bicycle.

APPLICATIONS FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

Physical
Description
Rubber tires provide a smooth, quiet ride.
Rubber handles with enlarged ends help maintain proper hand positions.
The seat height is adjustable.
The front handlebars control the movement of the front tire.
The seat is slightly padded.
There are no pedals to negotiate while learning how to balance. Feet provide the forward motion.
Bugabike provides good exercise, helping to combat childhood obesity.

Skills
Balance is targeted as children propel forward by using their feet on the ground and pushing. As children practice, they become more confident in riding and balance and can raise their legs up and “coast”.
Balance reaction is heightened as children learn to correct changes in movement.
Muscle strength is increased as children ride and practice and on the Bugabike.
Motor planning and coordination are targeted skills while riding the Bugabike.

Play Ideas
Set up cones for a child to propel to. Each time the child uses the Bugabike, move the cones farther apart to encourage movement and increase distance.
Count how many seconds a child coasts before putting his feet on the ground. Have the child try to beat his time.

Sensory
Description
Balance requires the processing of sensory information along with the body and muscles’ response.
It is made of bright, inviting red and natural wood colors.
Children can feel the secure pressure under their feet as they push off the ground to propel forward.
The proprioceptive input a child experiences riding the Bugabike can help him gain control and organize his thought process and can then help him focus and attend to cognitive tasks presented to him after.

Skills
Motor planning and coordination are targeted skills while riding the Bugabike.

Adaptation Ideas
For a child with limited vision, use on a sidewalk with grass on both sides. Make sure there are no obstacles. This can enable a child with visual limitations to feel the forward movement, but remain in control with her feet, rather than pedals.

Communicative
Description
Bugabike provides good exercise, helping to combat childhood obesity.
The proprioceptive input a child experiences riding the Bugabike can help him gain control and organize his thought process and can then help him focus and attend to cognitive tasks presented to him after.

Skills
Motor planning and coordination are targeted skills while riding the Bugabike.
Turn taking, patience and negotiation are worked on as children play together with one Bugabike.

Play Ideas
Have one child run/race next to the child riding on the Bugabike.
Have one child use the Bugabike and push off with their feet and begin coasting at a particular “start” line that has been drawn on the sidewalk with chalk. Have the child coast as long as he can. Mark his stopping point with a chalk line. Have the second child do the same and mark his stopping point. Take turns trying to go farther and “beat” the other’s distance.

Cognitive
Description
The Bugabike provides a step in between riding a bicycle with training wheels and riding without training wheels. The transition is easier because they learn how to balance on two wheels without having to negotiate pedals during their learning curve.
The Bugabike is more intuitive to learn how to balance and ultimately ride a two-wheel bicycle.
Bugabike provides good exercise, helping to combat childhood obesity.
The proprioceptive input a child experiences riding the Bugabike can help him gain control and organize his thought process and can then help him focus and attend to cognitive tasks presented to him after.

Skills
Problem solving is practiced as a child learns how to balance and correct side-to-side movements.
Counting can be encouraged by counting the number of seconds a child coasts before putting his feet on the ground; counting the number of sidewalk squares a child passes; writing numbers in chalk along the sidewalk and seeing how far a child progresses.
Motor planning and coordination are targeted skills while riding the Bugabike.

Play Ideas
Once a child starts to coast, sing the alphabet song to see what letter is reached before she puts her feet back on the ground. Have her repeat and “beat” her letter.

FEATURES & BENEFITS
Durable
Inviting Due to Uniqueness
High quality
Connects/assembles securely
Promotes active play
Wooden pieces
One-piece unit
Upright position for play

DEVELOPMENTAL PROCESSES PROMOTED
Cause and Effect
Action Concepts In/Out, Push/Pull, On/Off, Go/Stop
Problem Solving
Physical Range of Motion
Proprioceptive Input
Gross Motor
Balance
Motor Planning
Sequential Thought
Bilateral Coordination
Weight Shifting
Coordinated Movement
Core Strengthening - Trunk Strength, Stability

more info: http://www.ableplay.org/evaluation.asp?ToyID=141

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