Alright guys, here is a curriculum sheet for trains! One thing I didn't include on the sheet was if you have a train table with the "community" scenery on the background. I do not have one of those in my classroom (train time is either on the regular table or the floor) but if I did, I would have a list of different receptive instructions I would do with them regarding that. For example "drive your train to the pond" or whatever cool thing you have. One thing I have done that has been fun and used multiple targets at once is having them drive the train to different colors, shapes, letters, numbers, etc. Also, if you have some more advanced learners that are using imaginary play, incorporate that as well. Get creative! :)
Another thing to keep in mind is that trains can be used for matching trials and more "table top" instruction OR in a natural play kind of way - depending on what kind of learner you have!