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Community Helpers Activities

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Do you teach your students about community helpers? This Community Helpers Activities resource features 16 different careers and is perfect for teaching how a community is made up of different professions. Careers included are: soldier, lawyer, dentist, doctor, custodian, pilot, police officer, teacher, astronaut, chef, construction worker, marine biologist, farmer, firefighter, postal worker, scientist

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Do you teach your students about community helpers? This Community Helpers Activities resource features 16 different careers and is perfect for teaching how a community is made up of different professions. Careers included are: soldier, lawyer, dentist, doctor, custodian, pilot, police officer, teacher, astronaut, chef, construction worker, marine biologist, farmer, firefighter, postal worker, scientist

What other teachers are saying about these Community Helpers Activities:

  • Extremely satisfied–This was exactly what I needed to teach community helpers in my first grade class.
  • Extremely satisfied–Thank you for the realistic pictures of community helpers. It is going to be a wonderful resource for my ESL students.
  • Extremely satisfied–This resource will help my Grade Ones to write about the community helpers they learn about. Thank you!
  • Extremely satisfied–This is a great resource. The photographs are perfect and I liked the detailed descriptions for each community worker. Thanks for sharing your talents.
  • Extremely satisfied
    Great resource! I like that each slide has the option for the students to listen to the words read to them. I also like that each slide has a real-world picture of the occupation. Lastly, thanks for the writing response sheets.
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