via Craftgawker If you have magnetic chalkboard, you can draw the streets on it and start to play. You can also put another magnet behind the chalkboard on the place where the car is and so... now you can "drive" the car with magnet help.
Try this helpful resource for students to learn the meanings of signs they see in the community and on the street. There are 21 safety/traffic/community signs, each with two symbols to choose from to represent the correct action or meaning. I work with a number of middle and high school students who are learning to recognize and understand safety and traffic signs.$
Great for teaching my son important signs. I can have these with me when we go for walks so I can show him the sign on the stick and the real life sign (so he can associate them) then at home practice "stop" or others by taking them out and having him do what he's supposed to do when faced with the real life sign.