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Get to school safely each day! These miniature traffic signs help young children learn about road safety while they play.
Organize students in the reading area of the classroom. Ask them how they know when to stop at an intersection, or to walk in a busy area, or when their parents will make a left turn with the car. Students pass colorful road signs everyday when they walk or ride to and from school. What do these signs mean to drivers? Why do you need to know what those signs mean?
Challenge students to work in teams of two to create miniature signs. These signs will be used on a map and will make travel safe. Initially student teams will draw sketches of the signs they will be responsible for creating. These can be drawn on white construction paper with Crayola Ultra-Clean Markers or Erasable Colored Pencils.
Students will cover their work areas with recycled newspaper. To create 3-D signs, provide teams with Crayola Model Magic. Students cna mix Crayola Model Magic® with aquarium gravel (to add weight) for sign bases. Poke a craft stick in each sign base. Use the top of the craft stick to attach their 3-D signs. Remind students to be aware of sign colors and plan on making their signs the correct colors. Different colors of Model Magic can be created by kneading color from Crayola Ultra-Clean Markers into white Model Magic.
If necessary, use Crayola School Glue to hold craft sticks in the bases. Air-dry the glue and Model Magic before placing signs on the class map.
Create a 3-D braille chart simply with Crayola® School Glue, Markers and paper.
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