Toys that Go
Water Play with Boats
This would definitely be fun to do outside in a bigger container as well!
Roads and Ramps
For our ramp, I simply propped the lid to my son's toy box on various surfaces (a chair, bookshelf, container of baby wipes. We watched the cars roll down and saw how different ramp heights impact the cars' speed. We also tried different types of cars and talked about their relative sizes and colors and listened for the different sounds they made as they went down our "ramp."
We then built "roads" out of blocks. Lining up the blocks and "driving" the cars on top was good fine motor work!
"Things That Go" Felt Board
Where things fell apart a bit for me was making the actual objects for the board. I was in too much of a rush and my scissors were dull. So I ended up just sort of throwing things together. I cut a light blue piece of flannel as a "sky," some dark blue felt for water and made a "bridge" (it doesn't really look like a bridge). I then cut out a car, plane, sail boat and cloud.