Join New York Transit Museum educators for transit-themed songs, stories and activities for the youngest transportation fans. Recommended for ages 2-5.
Tuesday, April 7th, 2020 –
Can you think of some things that are green? Green is the color that represents a healthy planet Earth. When you’re on a bike, a bus, or a train, what can you see that’s green? At today’s Transit Tots, we’ll sing a song, hear a story and then go on a scavenger hunt for things that are green in your home!
Thursday, April 2nd, 2020 –
Who do you like to visit and how do you get there? Join us for today’s Transit Tots to think about how we travel together! We’ll sing a song, learn about an African gourd instrument, and read a children’s story all about the ways we travel.
Tuesday, March 31st, 2020 –
How do we move around above ground? Kids can join us for today’s Transit Tots to talk about all things buses! We’ll read some of our favorite stories about surface transit and then create a bus out of everyday objects found around the home.
Thursday, March 26th, 2020 –
How do you get around the city? Join us for today’s Transit Tots to learn all about how we travel, from subways and buses to scooters and feet! We’ll sing a new song, investigate an instrument, and move our bodies as we pretend to travel like trains, planes and more!
Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 –
Do you know what a community worker is? Join us for today’s Transit Tots to find out! We’ll read one of our favorite transit-themed children’s books, talk about how train operators and conductors keep the city moving, and participate in a movement activity all about NYC subway lines!
Thursday, March 19th, 2020 –
Did you know that recycled subway cars can make wonderful homes for ocean animals? Join Transit Museum educator Cassie to meet Fiona the Fish as she searches for her new home in Redbird Reef!
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