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Transportation Preschool Centres

Hi everyone! If you have car or transportation lovers in your class or home, you have come to the right place. I will be proving a sneak peek into what’s included in my Transportation Preschool Centres packet. PLEASE NOTE: At the end of this blog post I have provided free sample pages from my Transportation Preschool Centres packet, simply click on the image at the end of the blog to download it. To purchase the complete Transportation Preschool Centres packet, please click here! Transportation Preschool Centres The Transportation Preschool Centres packet contains a collection of printable activities for use with children in Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten, Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten (Prep). Contents and Direction for use To prepare all the activities for use, print, then laminate the pages for durability and then cut out all the pieces. 1. Transportation write and wipe pre-writing tracing practice (9 cards) Pre-writing cards give children the opportunity to practice making different types of lines in isolation. Using a white board (dry-erase) marker, children are required to trace the path on the page. 2. Transportation upper case tracing practice and car play mat Kids and toy cards just GO together! In the first section children use their fingers or a dry-erase (whiteboard) marker to trace the letters, following the directional arrows to ensure correct letter formation is learnt. Next using one of the printed cars or a small toy car trace the road letters allowing children to have fun but whilst learning their letters. 3. Car and parking lot upper and lower case letter match This is a fun and engaging way to help children learn to match the lower case letters on the car to the correct upper case letter in the parking lot. 4. Hot air balloon beginning sounds match Learning the beginning sounds letters make is one of the early keys to a solid phonological awareness (the awareness of sounds within words). The aim of this activity is for children to match the animals (beginning sound pictures) to the correct hot air balloon. 5. Transportation syllables: 1,2,3 syllable words (18 cards) Did you know that the ability to break words into syllables is an important part of phonological awareness? The aim of this activity is for children to identify the number of syllables for each pictures and show their answer by clipping a peg on the corresponding number on the card. Once printed and laminated, provide children with some small clothes pegs. 6. Bus... read more

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