How do you get from here to there? Do you ride a bike? A scooter? Walk or run? Maybe you ride in a car, or a train, or a plane. How about a boat or a subway? Let’s explore the many ways we can get from here to there. If you haven’t already, visit the Frisco Heritage Museum, opens a new window with Miss Kayla for her story time all about getting from here to there, opens a new window!
Read – Books can take you anywhere! Try this transportation themed book list, opens a new window.
Sing – Singing together is fun! Try changing the words to popular tunes like “The Wheels on the Bus.” What other vehicles could you sing about? Try “…the wheels on the train go clickety-clack…” or “…the bell on the bike goes ding, ding, ding...”
Play – Play “I Spy” while you are traveling from here to there. What can you spy out the window, or in your vehicle? Have your child find different shapes or colors. Use descriptive language like “small, round, or shiny.” Help your child take turns by guessing what they spy. This game is a great way to build vocabulary and social skills.
Talk – Explore the Frisco Heritage Museum and talk with your child about all the ways that people have traveled through history. Maybe your family has traveled in an interesting way. Talk about the kinds of transportation you take.
Write – Make a Name Train! Print out this train engine, opens a new window for your child to color. Make cars for your train with different colored squares of construction paper. Write the letters of your child’s name on each car of the train. Help them put the letters in order. If they are older, help them write each letters of their name on the train.