Maisy's Train by Lucy Cousins
Fast Train, Slow Train (Thomas & Friends)
Trains by Colleen Carroll (How Artists See Jr.)
The Little Train by Lois Lenski
Freight Train by Donald Crews
Inside Freight Train by Donald Crews
There Berenstain Bears All Aboard! by Jan & Mike Berenstain
The Little Engine That Could by Watty Piper
Thomas the Tank Engine Big Lift-and-Look Book by Rev. W. Awdry
1+1+1=1. We opted not to use the Thomas and Friends part.) This was the first time we used a Tot Book and I was interested to see how it would go since Little Cutie is not much of a sit down and do something kind of kiddo. She wasn't really interested in the "How Many?" pieces at all. She did enjoy coloring the trains...just a few scribbles on each page though (more interested in the crayons themselves than coloring). We took the shapes out and put them in our mini pocket chart ($1 at the One Spot in Target!) and talked about what each shape was; she liked moving them around to different places on the pocket chart.
Royal Baloo.) This was our first time using a dot marker, and really, it was just a bingo marker from the dollar store. Little Cutie wanted to move the dot marker around like a regular marker.
Real Train Ride
Sorry, no picture, but we had the opportunity to ride on a real train. The engine looked like Thomas the Tank Engine. The conductor even came and punched our tickets (it reminded me of a scene from The Polar Express). Little Cutie seemed to enjoy herself.