Friday, January 8, 2016

Easy Train Craft for Kids

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Train crafts just don't get easier than this one! We love crafting but I also don't have much time to waste when it comes to prepping materials and planning activities!

We did this easy train craft as part of our preschool book club to go along with The Little Engine That Could by Watty Piper. Kids just love the message and story of The Little Engine That Could and I also love it because I grew up reading it.



First I cut several rectangles out of colored cardstock.

Then I cut an engine out for each child (older kids can cut their own)

Next I drew a train track on each white piece of cardstock.

The kids chose their favorite colored rectangles and a blue engine (just like in The Little Engine That Could) and glued their train pieces onto the railroad track.

Then they added the sticker foam wheels.

Lastly they drew steam coming out of their engines using crayons and markers.

The kids loved talking about the different colored wheels and train cars as they created their masterpieces.

We also made a simple train themed treat and played a train name game to go along with The Little Engine That Could. 

For more train themed activities make sure to check out these other awesome ideas from our Virtual Book Club for Kids co-hosts...

The Little Engine that Could ABC Activity by Growing Book by Book

Train Color Sorting Activity by Mom Inspired Life

I Think I CAN Sight Word Activity by Still Playing School

Train Challenge with The Little Engine That Could by Preschool Powol Packets

Train Science with the Little Engine that Could by Inspiration Laboratories

Tracing Shapes with Trains by I Can Teach My Child

Train Shapes Activity by The Pleasantest Thing

Cool Train Craft & Science Activity by Study At Home Mama

Build a Train Game by Mama Miss

Counting On and Back With Trains by Rainy Day Mum

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