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Big wheels, small wheels, front wheels, back wheels. Lots of vehicles have wheels, so let’s go for a ride. Vrooom!

For Grown-Ups

What you’ll need

Ask About Today

What is your favorite kind of vehicle?


est. 30 min

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Vrooom with Elmo and Taye

Elmo goes on an imaginary drive with his friend Taye Diggs.

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Ride Along with Bert and Friends

Bert loves his tricycle. It’s just the right ride for him.

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Blippi Rides a Rickshaw

Blippi visits India to learn about rickshaws and tuk tuks.


est. 15 min

Next Stop, Your House!

Be your own bus driver. The route is yours.

Toolkit Materials:

Other Materials:

Dining room or kitchen chairs; stuffed animals or dolls (optional)


Help your camper set up some rows of chairs so they can drive their bus.


You’re the bus driver! Draw your map first. Then add some passengers. Go! What do you see out the window?


est. 15 min

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Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus

Pigeons can’t drive buses! Can they? Find out in this funny story by Mo Willems.

The Wheels on the Tuk Tuk

Ride along in a tuk tuk just like Blippi in this book by Kabir Seghal and Surishtha Seghal, with pictures by Jess Golden. You might recognize the song!


est. 5 min

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The Wheels on the Bus

Sing and dance along with this version of your favorite song by Barefoot Books.