Come for a ride on Interstate I-8NY! Design your own Road Sign to tell people where they need to go. Pick a background road sign shape, then add stickers from our library of letters, animals, people, food, musical instruments, and more! Fun for kids’ desks or bedroom doors. Teachers around the world trust Toy Theater to provide safe and effective online learning tools. Free to play, priceless for learning.
Passing Zone: Road Sign Representation
Kindergarten & First Grade
Students will identify and distinguish differences between symbolic and written text and produce a document to express themselves using words and pictures.
With guidance and support from adults, explore a variety of digital tools to produce and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers.
With guidance and support from adults, use a variety of digital tools to produce and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers.
Show students all of the road signs (found in the “background” button of the game). Ask them to ponder and wonder about what they see. Ask them questions such as:
Explain that now students can work on their own. Leave the example that you made projected to remind students of the various parts of the project.
Circulate around the room and check in with students during the independent work portion to ensure that they are using symbols and words. When finished, ask students to interpret a peer’s sign and vice versa.
Ask students to report on whether they correctly interpreted their peers’ signs. Ask them what made it more challenging? What made it easier?
Print off the signs to attach to their desks or save the images to share with us @ToyTheaterGames!