Parking Lots: Hands on Kindergarten Review!

September 23, 2019

This review activity is an oldie, but a goodie and I had to share it with you all! All you need to play the game, parking lots, are a few small cars and some room to make a racecourse or parking lot board.


In the video below, I share all about how to play the game parking lots and I give you a few ideas for skills to practice while playing this game as well. With my preschool and Pre-K sons at home, we use it to review: uppercase and lowercase letter identification, basic sight words, and number ID. In my kindergarten and first grade classrooms, I have used this game to review: addition and subtraction, sight words, odd and even numbers, and contractions!


I am sure there are plenty of other skills you can review as well. If you think of any others, please leave a comment here or on the video over on YouTube so we can gather ideas from one another!


To see how I play this game with a little twist, just click play below:

I also share this free parking lot template over on the video, but you can grab it here as well: Parking Lots Template

If you like this type of video, be sure to visit me (and subscribe to my channel) over on YouTube! I share at least one game, activity, or idea per week that you can use in your classroom right away!


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Looking for a fun way to review addition, sight words, letter names/sounds, and more?! I love using parking lots to review all sorts of skills in Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st grade. Students love to drive the cars all over the board and park their "cargo" in the right spot! Head on over to watch how I play in my classroom and grab a FREE template!

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  • This is perfect for our classroom. I appreciate being able to use the same game idea for multiple skills. Thanks so much!