interactive mats where kids can practice letter and numeral formation while "driving" along. So. Much. Fun.fantastic Bus Route font. I requested that she create a font that would work for transportation themed mats and this amazing font surpassed all my imaginings!
In the olden days, I made these mats with construction paper, white crayon, and lots of cutting. With my trusty clip art and fonts, now I can whip out the mats with the push of a button!
Road Race Letter Mats.
Use Larger Mats In A Variety Of Ways
Include toy cars to practice letter formation and letter identification.
Include dry erase markers to trace the letters.
Include play dough.
Use Small Cards In A Variety Of Ways
Take with you during transitions to practice letter identification or letter sounds.
Put on a ring and students can trace with fingers, play dough, or dry erase markers.
Include large and small mats in your block center to add a literacy component!
You can pick up my Alphabet At Work pack in my TPT store. I've included both color and black and white for all of the cards, so you can use the option that works best for you!
Want more activities to use with your toy cars? Check out ZOOM: Addition Center with Dominoes & Dice.
Use the car manipulatives provided or use toy cars. An engaging way to learn and practice addition.
There are also 2 transportation versions of an addition BUMP-like game. Roll 2 dice, find the sum, and drive your car into the parking space with the matching numeral. Get the Back To School edition here.
Get the fun transportation edition here!