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Planes, trains, and automobiles! You’ll find all of those and more in this collection of the best preschool transportation theme printables.
My oldest was obsessed with transportation when he was younger. We had buckets of HotWheels, Thomas the Tank Engine, and Tonka trucks galore. He’d spend hours lining his cars up on his cityscape rug or digging in the sand box.
When we bought a house in a new neighborhood, his favorite thing to do was to watch the construction vehicles at work.
If you’ve got little ones who love cars, trucks, planes, and trains, I’ve got a collection of printables that they’ll love! Capitalize on their interests by incorporating them into your homeschool preschool time for the highest level of engagement.
Preschool Transportation Theme Printables
Check out these transportation theme preschool printables! This worksheet pack is full of preschool math and preschool literacy activities.
These Steam Train, Dream Train consonant blend activities are perfect for your language arts centers.
Your preschoolers will have so much fun building numbers 1-20 with this construction site counting mat.
Use these printable activities to go along with Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site.
Kids will love helping each numbered car find its matching gas pump in this cars number recognition matching game.
Use the cards in this set to share four transportation themed activities which include matching, sorting, patterns, and syllables.
The three transportation theme activities in this set include letter recognition, shapes, and counting practice.
These car worksheets include tracing lines, tracing shapes, number tracing, and letter recognition (Cc).
Can your kids build a train track that contains at least ten track cards in a row? Challenge them with this train track card game.
These Zoomin Movin Alphabet printables are perfect for both tots and preschoolers!
This Transportation I Spy game is great for working on visual discrimination, counting, and graphing skills.
Add these brightly colored printable road signs to your construction and/or transportation themed play centers.
This printable pack contains a range of math and literacy activities as well as activities which help preschoolers improve fine motor skills; all with a transportation theme.
Take these transportation placemats with you next time your family goes out to dinner. Kids will be occupied while you wait for your food to be served.
Kids will work on number recognition and counting with this numbers game based on Little Blue Truck.
This transportation preschool pack focus on reading readiness, motor skills, numbers, shapes, colors, and more.
Visual discrimination skills will be put to the test when your preschoolers match the vehicles in this heads and tails card game.
This beginning matching game is perfect for toddlers. They’ll match color and black/white images in this transportation matching game.
Here’s another fun set of transportation matching puzzle cards for preschoolers.
Preschoolers will have many opportunities to build fine motor skills as they work through this set of transportation do-a-dot printables.
Challenge little ones to draw the missing half of each vehicle in this activity pack.
Beginning readers will enjoy working on word families in this pack of free transportation word family sliders.
Let your preschooler’s creative juices flow as he decorates his very own DIY airplane.
If you’ve got a felt board for your preschool, whip up this felt board shape city with houses and vehicles.
Kids can practice counting to 20 with this set of “exploring things up in the sky” count and clip cards.
I love this alphabet car parking mat! I wish I had thought of something this clever when my oldest was younger. He’d have loved it.
Work on letter recognition (and maybe even ABC order) when you set up this Little Blue Truck Alphabet Animal Pickup activity.
Scissor practice is an important skill for preschoolers. These race car scissor practice worksheets are perfect for your transportation theme!
Print out this cars and trucks bingo game, and your kids will be set for an afternoon of fun.
Which of these preschool transportation theme printables will you and your kiddos try first?