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What's it like to ride a school bus? Sketch your bus shapes and colors. You'll be off to school safely!
Will you ride a bus to school? Or take one on a field trip? No other vehicle looks quite like a school bus! Find pictures of school buses in books. Watch them drive on the street. Why do you think buses are painted bright yellow?
A good way to remember your school bus is to draw it. What shapes make your bus? Start with bus wheels--they're circles! The bus is a rectangle. Can you find squares? Other shapes?
With Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils, draw the shapes you see. Put them together to "build" your own school bus. If you change your mind, erase parts of your drawing and start again.
Color in the parts of the bus---the windows, tires, signs, even your friends peering out to watch you get on! Blend colors with the eraser, such as tire smudges or window reflections. Ride safely!
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How tall are you? Find a friend to help, and trace around each other. Then color yourselves (or each other) in memorable