Recently, E has become interested in traffic signs and frequently asks about their meaning. She’s getting quite good at identifying them.
To build on her interest, I’ve made her some Traffic Signs Coloring Pages that she had fun coloring in all colors of the rainbow while reviewing which ones they are and what they mean.
These coloring pages work great as part of a general traffic theme with your preschooler or kindergartner, too!
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What’s in the Printable PDF File?
This file includes 15 coloring pages with a total of 20 traffic signs and traffic lights as used in the United States: Caution! Children at Play, Construction Ahead, Do Not Enter, No Left Turn, No Parking, No U Turn, Pedestrian Crossing, Stop Sign, Traffic Light Ahead, Yield, Speed Limit Signs (3 different ones), One Way Street (2 variations), traffic light, traffic lights: walk (2 variations), traffic lights: don’t walk (2 variations).
The names or descriptions of the traffic signs are at the bottom of each coloring page. They enrich the activity, whether your kids read, copy or trace them, or if your kids aren’t ready for any of that, they’re great as additional environmental print.
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A few other traffic and transportation related activities you may enjoy:
Roadwork Small World by Stay at Home Educator
Transportation Memory Game by Itsy Bitsy Fun
Counting to 10 with a Transportation Theme by Life Over Cs
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