Traffic Tally

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OBJECTIVE:
Students will understand the connection between vehicle traf
fic, air pollution, and health by designing and conducting a traffic survey to explore traffic volumes on familiar roadways. This lesson is adapted from the Walking for Health & the Environment Curriculum, Walk Boston. 


LESSON FILES
1) 5-6 M Traffic Tally.pdf



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Grade Level(s)
  • 3 - 5th Grade
  • 6 - 8th Grade
Transportation Topic(s)
  • Highway
  • Transit
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