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The below wood
products are by Maple
My First Train
This train is really kid powered! The four cars in this train
connect easily with a ball and socket hitching system, perfect for
little hands. Have your engine pull the train or push it. Crafted
from locally sourced, sustainably harvested solid maple with
engraved detailing. All cars connected, the train measures over
24" long. Each car is about 5" high. My First Train comes shrink
wrapped on a 24" stick that can be slid over the front ball to tow
the whole train. Ages 1+
|This adorable train
engine is made from maple and painted with a non-toxic
paint green. Details are then screen printed to show off
the smokestack and the conductors window. The red and blue
markers are pegs so they won't fall off the board. Perfect
for your little engineer or even a rail enthusiast. It is
rated for ages 3 and up.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Small parts. Not for
children under 3 years.
here for more information.
for Train Books at Amazon.com
Aboard Trains by Mary Harding
Book of Trains by DK Publishing
Train by John Coiley
Trains (Dover Coloring Books) by Bruce
the Flap by Nancy Rindone
Train Board Book by Donald Crews
Love Trains! by Philemon Sturges
Freight Train Board Book by Donald Crews
Train Ride Paperback with CD) by Sally Crabtree
Big Train Book (Board book) by Roger Piddy
Trains by Patrick O'Brien
Trains by Tony Mitton (Sold by third party)
Best Book of Trains by Richard Balkwill
Edition by Watty Piper
Little Engine That Could (Board book) by Watty Piper
Little Engine That Could by Watty Piper
Train by Paul Collicutt
& Friends ABC Wipe-Off Sound Activity Book by W. Awdry
(Sold by third party)
Book) by W. Awdry (Sold by third party)
ABC Book by W. Awdry
ABCs (Color Plus Sticker Roll) by Golden Books
by Gertrude Crampton
Stickers (Dover Little Activity Books) by Bruce LaFontaine
Little Engine That Could
Engine That Could Lesson ideas, activities, songs, links,
books, printables: word family train printable, train tracer
(Engine, Box Car, Tank Car, and Caboose), etc. (The printables you
will need to trace part of the outline.)
Hear a train
whiste @ Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad.
Train / Railroad Photos
Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad
(In the state of Washington.)
Train Whistle Woodcraft
own Train Whistle
Place chairs in a row.
Have the person in the back wear a conductors hat (a hat).
Have the conductor say where the train will go and stop. Sing
a train (or railroad) song as you walk across the room or say,
"chugga-chugga, choo, choo...", ... One person can use color
signal flags to guide the train.
Physical Education Activity
Make a train using people. Have the person in the back wear a
conductors hat (a hat). Have the conductor say where the train
will go and stop. Sing a train (or railroad) song as you walk
across the room or say, "chugga-chugga, choo, choo...", ...
One person can use color signal flags to guide the train.
Railroad Color Signal
Make flags using construction paper. Tape them onto chopsticks
or staple them on straws.
Red - Stop
White - Go
Green - Go slowly - caution!
Been Working on the Railroad
In the CD,"Silly Favorites", it has a song called "A Peanut Sat
on a Railroad Track".
There are other versions without music at: A
Peanut Sat and Travel
(it has action to go with the song).
You can go to NIEHS:
Lyrics & Music: Polly Wolly Doodle All Day to hear the
By the Station
Printable Activities: Alphabet Train
Game @ Bry-Back Manor Put the train cars in the correct order
KidZone: Train What
Comes Next Math Activity Worksheet (1-9)
Art & Coloring Pages
Cog Railway: Kids Color by number (train) and coloring
Coloring Book Pages: Transportation Trains
Learn to Draw A Train @
All Gods Kids
@ Enchanted Learning (train)
Place: Train Craft Train patterns.
Manor Activity Sheets Help the Train (maze)
Factory - August Links: Transportation and The Underground
Tubman and The Underground Railroad for Children
Learn to use
Railroad Hand, Color and Lantern Signals @ All-Gauge Model
All-Gauge Model Railroading Page This site has railroad-related activities and a
challenging little game. Site also features free downloadable
paper/card kits: one is a set of Holiday themes, another a set
that produces high-detail miniature buildings.
Trains.com Articles about
railroading, rail travel, kids trains, and more.
Online Train Activities & Games
Note: Children must have approval by an
adult to click on the links on my website or surf the web.
Train @ EdnoLand Early Childhood
Train @ LearningPlanet.com
Engine Online Coloring Page @ EnchantedLearning
Puzzle @ Meddy Bemps