More than 200 children die in bicycle-related incidents each year, and more than half of these accidents involve a head injury. For adults and children, helmet should be worn so that it is level on the head, not tipped forwards or backwards. The strap should be securely fastened, and you should not be able to move the helmet in any direction. For more tips on bicycle helmets, check out the Bicycle Helmet Safety Institute
. This child's Giro Rodeo Livestrong helmet
from REI is a deal at $30.