This is a free sequencing/retelling activity for the book Old Tracks, New Tricks by Jessica Petersen.
About the Book
Wooden train tracks Trixie, Tracky, and Tinker are thrilled to finally join a train set of their own. Unfortunately, their excitement derails when they discover things at their new home are not what they expected. Bossy wooden trains blare orders, and the old tracks snore on the floor. But with a little creativity, the three new tracks work together to prove that you really can teach old tracks — and trains! — new tricks. – Amazon.com
With rhyming text and clever word play, Old Tracks, New Tricks is sure to entertain parents and children of all ages, from train-obsessed toddlers to school-age kids looking for new ways to play with their old favorite toys. Full directions for each fun "trick" from the story can be found at the back of the book to inspire hours of creative train play. - Amazon.com
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Character art is used with express written permission from Jessica Petersen and The Innovation Press.
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