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Transportation Box

In this box kids explore different forms of transportation and put rubber to the road by engineering city streets for hand-painted cars to enjoy.


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Educational Videos

Take Transporation Steam Further

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Activities for At-Home Learning

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Below you’ll find ideas related to the theme of this box.

More At-Home Learning Resources

We’ve collected and curated even more ways for kids to learn about Transportation Box!
Podcasts, books, environmental organizations, educational initiatives, and more.

Worth a Listen

Worth a Listen

Brains On – This episode explores how airplanes stay in the air and the frustrations and joys of the invention of airplanes.

What If World – Ever wondered about what the world would be like if cars could fly? Explore that in this episode of What If World.

Little Stories for Tiny People  – For your kiddos who struggle at bedtime, enjoy this episode called All Aboard the Sleep Train where a little lamb learns some new habits to help him sleep.

Good Reads

The Truck Book by Harry McNaught . This book includes almost every type of truck a child could imagine and illustrates the different ways trucks help people.

Cars and Trucks and Things That Go by Richard Scarry. A fun-filled classic book that features hundreds of automobiles, planes, and trains.

The Cars and Trucks Book by Todd Parr. Bright colors and silly imagery about all the ways trucks impact our daily lives and what they love to do best.

Environmental Causes


The National Wildlife Federation’s Transportation Pathway offers transportation fast facts, an outline to conduct a transportation audit, and tips to make your neighborhood and route to school safer and more eco-friendly.

The National Center for Safe Routes to School is focused on safer routes for children to walk and bike to school, helping create healthier habits, reduce air pollutants from vehicles, and build safer communities.

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