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Download this Goodnight Goodnight Construction Site activities pack today! Focus on early math and literacy skills for preschool and kindergarten.
My oldest son was obsessed with construction vehicles when he was little. We had Tonka trucks galore. He played for hours in the sandbox scooping and dumping dirt and sand and rocks.
I bought him books about construction trucks, and we always looked for new ones when we visited the library. He would have loved Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site.
If you’ve got a little one who likes trucks and tractors, check out this list of fun activities and snacks. Then, be sure to download the free construction site printable pack for young learners.
Goodnight Construction Site Activities
After reading the story with your little ones and completing some of the activity pages in the printable below, choose one or more of the activities below to bring the story to life.
• Young learners will enjoy building a bulldozer out of paper.
• Learn the alphabet and practice spelling words with this alphabet rocks construction site activity.
• Here’s another fun paper craft. This easy shapes backhoe craft goes great with a construction-themed unit study.
• Young learners will enjoy an invitation to play with this fun construction building with playdough and blocks activity.
• Make a crane with cardboard tubes.
Hands-on Construction Fun
Snacks and Treats
These snacks and treats are super fun and go perfectly with a Construction Site theme.
• Chocolate mini-donuts = tires
• Candy corn = construction cones
• Crushed Oreos = dirt
• Lego candy = bricks
• Chex Mix = nuts and bolts
More Construction Site Story Books
You can find these books at your local library or bookstore. If not, you can order them on Amazon by clicking the links provided.
DOWNLOAD YOUR Book-Based PRINTABLES!
Your little ones will love this construction site themed pack! It’s designed for preschoolers and kindergarteners and can be adapted for others, as well. Inside this pack, you’ll find the following activities:
• 3-part cards
• do-a-dot pictures
• ABC and number tracing pages
• and more!
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Glenda Cates says
I wish I had knew about this book when my son was younger but it is OK as I will share it with a my niece and Step Daughter and they can purchase it for there sons and my son Charlie can read it to them and then they can do these lessons together. Thank you for creating them and have a great day.
Hi there, and thank you for this post and the printables! This may be an obvious question for some, but I’m new to this world. I have some do-a-dot markers, but I’m not sure what to do with the do-a-dot pictures printable pages. Does the child just make a dot with the marker in the circles?
Tara Holtz says
That’s exactly what they do. It’s a great way to strengthen fine motor muscles and improve hand-eye coordination.
Jessica De Anda says
Thanks for sharing material.