Things That Go Craft

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With this months topic we have had a lot of fun learning about Things That Go craft! The boys made a huge DIY Car mat but they also made these fun car, truck, and traffic cones to add to their DIY city.

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DIY Car with Moveable Wheels

Our first project was to make a car. We used the provided cardboard printouts found in our Mother Goose Time curriculum and then attached the wheels with a straw going through the car with a wheel on each side.

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DIY Pick Up Truck

For our pick up truck we folded the provided template into our truck and added a snack container in the back for the pick up. It even comes complete with a straw exhaust pipe!
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DIY Construction Cones

Another day of our Transportation unit the kids made traffic cones using snow cone packaging. They painted them orange, let them dry.

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The boys added these to our DIY Car mat that we had made during an earlier lesson in our Transportation theme.

We have shared about other fun transportation ideas in the past.

Things that go week 1 ~ Different Things That Go tot trays as well as our Lapbook about transportation.

Things that go week 2 ~ Great things that Go transportation Montessori trays, Transportation cookies, art projects, and more fun.

Transportation Sensory Bin ~ This transportation sensory bin would be perfect to go along with your Things That Go unit!

Finally you can head over to my Transportation Ideas for kids Pinterest board below.

Follow Mama Of Many Blessings’s board Transportation Ideas for kids on Pinterest.

Disclaimer: As a Mother Goose Time blog ambassador I am provided with the monthly curriculum in order to facilitate our review, we have not been compensated in any other way. All opinions are the honest opinions of my children or myself. Read my full disclosure policy for more information.

3 thoughts on “Things That Go Craft

  1. What do you have lining your table? I find us wandering all over the house to find the appropriate areas to do messy activities (upstairs kid’s table), cuddly activities (warm arm chair), and playful activities. I would love to have it more cohesive, but not risk ruining my dining table.

    • Rachel,
      It is a clear plastic tablecloth I found over on Amazon. After this table was given to us, I quickly realized it was going to be ruined very quickly, if I didn’t find something to go over it to protect it. This has worked great for us, and it even acts as a tablecloth protector if you want to use a tablecloth. Thanks for stopping by, have a blessed weekend!!

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