The Wheels on the Bus Resources
We all know the nursery rhyme “The Wheels on the Bus”, but did you know that there are printables to go with it? Here are a few really cute resources I have collected over the last few years.
The Wheels on the Bus action poster from Monsters Ed
This is a fun little rhyme and actions poster I made for my kids. Click on the above image to download the file.
Wheels on the Bus Song Book from PreKinders
This song book for Wheels on the Bus can be printed or projected as a slideshow.
Back to school printable! from The Kavanaugh Report
The printable set include a maze, 3-part cards, and color matching school buses. Hope you have fun using them!
Wheels on the Bus Learning Activities from Best Toys 4 Toddlers
Help my toddler to learn:
* names of the transportation devices
* where each belongs (air, ground, water)
* the difference between public and private transportation
* some basic traffic signs and importance of obeying traffic lights
Wheels on the Bus go round and round from Printables 4 Kids
Wheels on the Bus Toddler Printable from Preschool Printables by Gwyn
11 colour and trace
Song in BW afor child to take home for reinforcement
Number trace 1-12
Name practice sheet
2 pages of colouring and matching
Circle the smallest
2 scissor practice pages
Coloured song for Teacher
12 coloured cards for teaching
The Wheels on the Bus Free Printable Sentence Strips from A Little Pinch of Perfect
This year I am trying to add a lot more singing to our school days because songs are a fun way for kids to learn and a childhood tradition I don’t want my kids to miss out on. Since the school year recently started and we are in Back to School mode we have been singing The Wheels on the Bus go Round and Round. The free printable sentence strips that we put in our Pocket Chart (affiliate link) let kids see the words as they sing so they can learn to read as they connect the words of the song with the words on the board. All you have to do is print out the sentence strips, cut them out, and you’re ready to sing in your classroom, daycare, or home.