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A bunch of activities that are off the beaten track, our free, printable transportation worksheets help children identify various means of transportation used on land, air, and water. Watch all hands on deck as kids are out learning about transportation by answering separate exercises on land, air, and water transportation. There's a cut-and-glue exercise, there's your favorite matching worksheet, and there's some coloring means of transportation practice. With a range of vehicles coming together, our transportation worksheets pdf are right up your alley.
These free transportation worksheets are ideal for preschool, kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 kids.
Sorting Based on Modes of Transportation
You run your bike at full throttle on land, making the bike a land vehicle. Watch a rocket gracefully arc into the sky and experience how a submarine sails deep underwater as you complete this cut-and-glue transportation sorting activity for kindergarten and grade 1.
Matching Means of Land Transportation
Land holds a special place in transportation as this is where we use our cars, the most common means of transportation. In this worksheet for kindergarten, match pictures of the means of transportation, the bus for example, to their names.
Coloring and Naming Means of Air Transportation
You don't fly in an airplane every day, but you can color an airplane as often as your imagination pleases. Go on a coloring binge as you paint the means of air transportation and name them in this part of our transportation worksheets.
Unscrambling Means of Water Transportation
Unscrambling the submarine from "ebsuirnam" might not be the easiest thing to do, but the beauty and ease of this worksheet, where 1st grade and 2nd grade kids discover and write the name of each means of transportation used on water, lie in its pictures.
With a bus, a hot-air balloon, and a choo-choo train, this printable chart from our transportation worksheets is brilliant! Preschool and kindergarten kids enjoy the advantage of having all means of transportation, land, water, and air, in one place.
Identifying Past and Present Means of Transportation
It's only in recent times that we started boasting the flashiest, most powerful cars. The past was synonymous with less privileged and often simple, functional vehicles. Check "past" or "present" for each vehicle in this pdf exercise for grade 1 and grade 2.