Making Tracks helps children and youth develop active transportation skill competency, confidence, and safety, encouraging them to choose active transportation to travel within their communities.
Approved by the Department of Education, the modular and flexible workshops are perfect for after-school programs, clubs, recreation, and the classroom! Our ready-to-go lesson plans focus on experiential learning and practice, building up skills in cycling safety, rules of the road, technical skills, equipment maintenance and community route planning. Participants will leave with the skills to travel safely within their community. Educators across the province have chosen to integrate youth workshops into their classes. Since 2008, more than 19,000 students in Nova Scotia have learned safe cycling and pedestrian skills with Making Tracks.