Guidecraft roadway system & traffic signs

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on September 8, 2012

in Give-Aways, Guidecraft Roads and Traffic Signs

It is time for another fabulous review and give-away from our Guidecraft Educators Group. I received a brand new set of 7″ Guidecraft block play traffic signs and 42 piece set roadway system just in time for our very first day of preschool…

These additions to our block center have been spectacular. The sign and road pieces are extremely well made and the roadway pieces fit together easily and smoothly…

The nice thing about the roadway system is that it is very open ended as to how the roads can fit together…

My students started with just using a few of the roadway pieces but each day since school has started, they have gotten the hang of which directions the pieces will go and how to put them together to make a road they are happy with…

The fact that the roadway system is like putting a very large puzzle together is a plus for promoting problem solving and puzzle type manipulation…

The children didn’t really begin to add the beautifully made signs until after they got the hang of building their roads…

After several days of practice, the children began to integrate more and more of the road pieces and the signs too…

It is needless to say that we are really enjoying our roadway system and traffic signs. I know as the children continue to play with the pieces, they will only get more inventive and greater levels of dramatic play and building will begin to emerge….

Having shared with you our set, it is time to point you towards the blog that is doing the give-away. Just click here to hop over to Simply Stacie to enter yourself for a chance to win the Guidecraft roadway system and a set of traffic block play signs!

See more reviews from our Guidecraft Educators Group too!

Mommy Moment, Planet Weidknecht, MommyPR, Huppie Mama, Pre-K Pages
Available on Amazon

I was given a set of Guidecraft road system and traffic block play signs in return for this review. I was not paid for this review and all opinions are from my own experience while using them in my classroom.  The give-away is open to residence of the US and Canada only and void where prohibited by law.

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1 Tina Willmer September 9, 2012 at 8:18 am

Looks like a great site and place for all kinds of learning activities for kids. My daughter does daycare, she would love this for her children.

2 Janet T. September 9, 2012 at 11:01 am

I’m always searching for more floor toys because our children do so much social interaction with these types of toys. The Guidecraft toys would be a great addition to our collection of 4 inch cars.

3 Tiffanie Watts September 9, 2012 at 1:41 pm

It would be great to have these in my home childcare! I am sure the children would gain a better understanding of what the rules of the road were. Thanks for the opportunity to win this! Congrats to the lucky winner!!! Have a Blessed day!

4 Becky McGinnis September 9, 2012 at 3:41 pm

What a wonderful teaching toy. I think the adults would like this as well as the kids!

5 Karen Chandgie September 9, 2012 at 8:55 pm

This would be a great addition to our Preschool!! Thanks so much for all of your great ideas!

6 Sharon Limbaugh September 10, 2012 at 10:04 am

I love the size of the pieces!

7 Betsy Settell September 14, 2012 at 9:06 am

What a nice set! I would love to partner these with the Guidecraft community buildings for our preschool classrooms.

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