Transportation Unit Study Part 2

Here are a couple more lessons that were on our shelves for our Transportation Unit Study.

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This is just a diagram I made and labeled the parts of the car. I have a labeled page and a blank page. He enjoyed learning about the parts of the car he has never heard of before.

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Tonging and sorting transportation-themed erasers from the dollar store. When we were done, we discussed which bowl had the most and the least.

Me: Judah, do you know which bowl has the most erasers?

Judah: The yellow ones.

Me: Great job. How did you know that?

Judah: Cause it has five. And the other one only has three. You have to COUNT them, mom.

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Folding clothes – we have a shirt, pants and socks on this tray. Not gonna lie, this wasn’t his favorite. I don’t see too much folding in his future.

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Tweezing and sorting small beads. Found these adorable bowls at Michaels and they kinda make me smile. I’m weird, I can’t help it. He really liked how the color of the beads matched the color of the bowls. Definitely my kid.

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This was a no brainer for Judah. I was given the ‘duh, mom’ face. But he really loved building the magnets into different shaped towers and dangling them – experimenting with which magnets were strong enough to hold all the other ones.

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This little guy is really enjoying school, too!

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Our Transportation Grammar Farm – biggest hit of the week! Spent HOURS playing with this! So glad our Ikea rug is finally getting some use!

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Then the “giant monster baby” came and knocked everything down!

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Sandpaper letters and our sand (salt) tray. I saw this on pinterest, but can’t for the life of me find it again – so if the pie dish sand tray was your idea – please let me know! I’d love to give you credit for your brilliant idea!

We ended our transportation unit with the perfect Field Trip – we went on a ride on Thomas the Train! What a fun day that was!

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