During the month of May, it is important to keep track of the number of students walking, biking and rolling to school. We have developed a few different scorecards to use. You can report your participation numbers weekly or at the end of the month. Tip - older students can help with tallying the totals for you!
The classroom individual student scorecard can be placed in the classrooms and students can mark off the days. This is a good method if you want to keep track of who biked, walked, or rolled the most days (in case you are doing prizes).
The classroom hand tally scorecard is great because students just raise their hands each day. This is a good method if you want to keep track of which classroom had the most participants or highest number of bike, walk, or roll trips (in case you are doing a prize).
The individual student weekly scorecard is great because students keep track of their days and turn the card in at the end of the week for drawings. This method does require students to be responsible for holding on to the cards.