San Francisco Cable Cars
Join Emily for a virtual field trip to The City By the Bay. Meet "The- Cable Car Guy." Learn about the history of cable cars and how they work.
LInks to fun websites include The Cable Car Museum and How Stuff Works. Click on the Learning Corner full of questions and extended activities about this episode and the history of cable cars.
Questions & Extended Learning Activities
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Other Fun Websites
Cable Car Museum
The Cable Car Museum houses a collection of historic cable cars, photographs, mechanical displays and gift shop run by the Friends of the Cable Car Museum - a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of cable car history. Visit the Cable Car Museum in San Francisco.
The Cable Car Guy
Mr. Joe Thompson is the Cable Car Guy. Mr. Thompson wants to share his knowledge about and interest in cable cars (also known as cable tramways). Visit his site to find information and photographs about cable cars.
Make a Cable Car of Your Own
The wonderful How Stuff Works website has done it again! This site shows you how things work and gives you ideas and plans to make inventions of your own. Use a used milk carton and your imagination to make a snowy mountain and running cable car.
Cable Car Coloring Pages from Color Me Good
Print out this free coloring page from the website ColorMeGood.com™
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Sheppard Software offers educational games and activities for kids of all ages. Try this San Francisco Puzzle.
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