Transportation Day 15: Street Signs

Street Signs

Today we learned more about street signs.  T is at the age where stop lights fasinate him.  He loves to say “red light, stop” or “green light, go.”


  • Signs in Our World by John SearcyTransportation Study (37)_edited-1 - Copy


(Tune: “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”)

Red light, red light,

What do you say?

I say, “Stop!”

And stop right away!

Yellow light, yellow light,

What do you mean?

I mean wait

Till the light turns green.

Green light, green light,

What do you say.

I say, “Go!”

But be careful all the way.

Snack: Stop Light Rice Krispies (Rectangle Rice Krispie treats dipped in white chocolate with M&M’s for the light.Transportation Study (41)_edited-1 Transportation Study (40)_edited-1

Stop Light Craft


  • Construction Paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors


  1. Draw 3 circles on a black piece of paper on top of each other like a stop light.
  2. Child cuts pieces of red, yellow, and green paper.Transportation Study (39)_edited-1 - Copy
  3. Child glues them onto the proper place on the stop light.Transportation Study (38)_edited-1 - Copy

Melissa & Doug Wooden Traffic Signs

T played with his Melissa & Doug Wooden Traffic Signs today.IMG_9572

Transportation Unit Study

Day 1: Dump Truck

Day 2: Cars

Day 3: Airplanes

Day 4: Tractors

Day 5: Fire Trucks

Day 6: Motorcycles

Day 7: Boats

Day 8: School Bus

Day 9: Trains

Day 10: Ice Cream Truck

Day 11: Hot Air Balloons

Day 12: Rockets

Day 13: Helicopters

Day 14: Police Cars

Day 15: Street Signs