What is a transportation Fair?
That’s what happens when an excited group of Kindergarteners complete a reading unit on transportation. Parents and community friends joined in the excitement by bringing several types of vehicles for the children to look at, study and even climb on.
Once the vehicles were all parked on the playground, Sister Kathleen reminded students of their task and off they went with clipboards and worksheets in hand!
Students moved from vehicle to vehicle filling in their worksheets. They had to draw the vehicle, count the number of wheels, circle the colors they saw, determine whether the size was L, M, or S and tell if the vehicle was used for work or play. With such a variety of types of transportation, the children had plenty of work to do!
Children drove, climbed, honked and steered their way around the vehicle lot. Everyone had a great time, made lots of noise and learned lots too.
Time marched on and it was finally time to say goodbye to the vehicles and their owners. All joined for a group photo op with Sparky and then it was back to school.
Who knew that transportation could be such a fun topic?