Our community worker printables are a great way for children to learn all about the different jobs in their community. These resources are a great addition to a Love Your Neighbor or Being a Good Citizen lesson. Build on key social skills by adding in small discussions on empathy, kindness and compassion. Talk of leadership and what it means to step up when you see a problem and find a way to help. If you’re stuck for ideas try talking about trash in parks, a child who is getting bullied, a friend with a flat tire on their bike….etc.
This is a sorting game that includes 10 different community helpers with 120 sorting cards. Students sort the cards to the correct mat based on the tools needed for each profession.
This is a file folder game for children who are learning about community helpers. Children match the tools to the correct person. Features firefighter, dentist, farmer and mailman.
This is a free printable community helper wordwall set. Includes 12 different cards; dentist, doctor, barber, chef, florist, mailman, police officer, construction worker, plumber, fireman, electrician, and farmer.
Whose Tools Are These? Young children love this set of descriptive books! Each page features a snapshot of some familiar items and children take turns guessing who they belong too! These books are sure to be a BIG HIT in your classroom as well! Check out related titles: Whose Vehicle is This? Whose Hat is This? Whose Shoes are These?
A set of printables for children to work collaboratively on a classroom quilt. Each child completes a 6×6 square and add them to the board display. For each community helper children will practice handwriting skills, color the picture then cut out the square on their own.
This is a printable minibook featuring some community helpers. Includes fireman, electritian, doctor, conscruction worker, mailman, and police.
Reward children for helpful behavior with our printable community helper badges. decorage their own badge.
Colorful printable bookmarks you can use to encourage children to find ways to help their community. Print on cardstock and laminate for best results.
A wonderful take home coloring sheet with the bible verse “Love your neighbor as yourself”
Children can decorate these printable cards for someone they want to thank in their community. This is a great way to encourage children to really think about what it means to be part of a community. Let children dictate the messages they would like inside.