I've tried this activity with bikes. It doesn't seem to work that well.
Bike tires just leave too small of a footprint on the ground to allow for
If you want to stay away from cars, you might try a cart or wagon with
inflated tires (I know that Radio Flyer has a cart like this). I've never
tried this, but it might work.
>Since you wrote the "Tired Weight" Snack, I thought you might be able to
>answer this question that came in to the Snacktalk Feedback. If you
>can, please go ahead and send an answer directly to the questioner and
>please also cc to firstname.lastname@example.org.
>> From Bernie.Dee@worldnet.att.net Sun Aug 29 15:35:25 1999
>> From: "Bernie E Dee" <Bernie.Dee@worldnet.att.net>
>> To: <email@example.com>
>> Subject: Re: Tired Weight
>> Date: Sun, 29 Aug 1999 18:36:20 -0400
>> How might I modify this SNACK to accommodate my third and fourth =
>> graders . I thought I might get them to figure out how to calculate the =
>> weight of their bikes.Is this even possible?
>> M. Dee Classroom Teacher
3601 Lyon St.
San Francisco, CA 94123
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