Trains

Night Train by Annie Cronin Romano

I have said before I have never been on an airplane. Today I will say I have never traveled on a commuter train or a large passenger train. I have traveled from Durango to Silverton on a coal mining open train and it was wonderful! The only thing we had to watch out for was the soot flying into the open area where we were sitting.

Today the book “Night Train,” took me on another kind of ride through the country while others are sleeping. I could almost feel the movement of the train as it traveled the rails. I would love to read this book for a night story time. Serene book.

CRAFT

Materials

  1. Cardstock
  2. Paper roll
  3. Glue or tape
  4. Two copies of the engine
  5. Four copies of the boxcars or more if you want to make it longer
Box Car
Engine


Train

By Vicky Manning

The wheels on the train go bumpy bump,

Bumpy bump,

Bumpy bump.

The wheels on the train go bumpy bump,

All the way home.

The whistle on the train goes toot, toot, toot.

Toot, toot, toot

Toot, toot, toot

The whistle on the train goes toot, toot, toot,

All the way home.

The people on the train go yak, yak, yak

Yak, yak, yak

Yak, yak, yak

The whistle on the train go yak, yak, yak

All the way home.

The Conductor on the train says, ticket please,

 Ticket, please,

Ticket please

The Conductor on the train says, ticket please

All the way home.

All aboard

By Vicky Manning

All aboard on the little red train

Get on aboard the little red train.

Hop on aboard the little red train.

Before she rides the rails!

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