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Transportation preschool activities

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FREE Transportation Pom Pom Matching - cute, free printable worksheets for toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids strengthen fine motor skills, color recognition, and more with a fun cars and transportation theme #toddler #preschool #kindergarten #transportation #pompoms #finemotorskill #freeprintables #colorrecognition

Starting a transportation unit in kindergarten or preschool can be daunting because there are so many learning opportunities and ideas out there! This blog post has free bulletin boards ideas, ideas for writing, science, and reading activities. Students will study air, land, and water travel through literature, inquiry, and exploration. Take your transportation unit to a whole new level or extend an existing community helpers unit. These lesson plans are fun and student friendly. #kindergarten

It is time for our transportation unit in kindergarten! What are different ways of going places? We started our investigation by asking this question. We made a really basic KWL chart to record what we already knew about transportation and what questions we have. Our questions were great! How are cars made? Why do people ride buses? What is the thing called that people fly on that has a parachute and a fan? (I had to look that one up!) and Why do people use horses for travel? I will use…

FREE Transportation activities for preschoolers featuring cars, trucks, trains, boats and other vehicles. Activities include matching, patterns, sorting by air, land, water, and sorting by syllables.

FREE Transportation activities for preschoolers featuring cars, trucks, trains, boats and other vehicles. Activities include matching, patterns, sorting by air, land, water, and sorting by syllables.

Transportation Preschool Theme

There is nothing my boys love more than ALL things that GO! This transportation unit is full of hands on, play based learning activities in the areas of math, literacy, and writing. The activities come from my Transportation Preschool Pack on TPT. Transportation Preschool Pack Rhyming Rockets- Match the words that rhyme to build each rocket. Road Ten Frames- Use mini erasers to count each ten frame. Then drive a car along the number road. Train Track Counting- Count cargo into each train car…

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This transportation activity pack is loaded with fun and engaging preschool transportation theme worksheets and activities that are perfect for your preschool centers or homeschool preschool needs. Toddlers will practice a variety of skills including motor skills, cut and paste, matching, letter tracing, number tracing, and so much more! Download yours today for all your preschool prewiritng, preschool math, and preschool social studies needs!
Breakaway from traditional teaching! Teaching vehicles to toddlers or preschoolers in an interesting manner. Line Art Room designed what you may be searching for all this while. This transportation learning binder with 7 colorful matching, puzzle & sorting activities will be useful to support your kids with their transportation recognition, fine motor, concentration and vocabulary skills. Grab this learning binder now…
This is a great activity for Pre-School and Toddlers. Its a fun way to teach them about sorting transportation and about the vehicles they see everyday. Add this activity to your busy book / learning binder, or use it in your class/ homeschool.