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This unit is all about teaching your students about Authority Figures and Helpers at home, at school, and in the community. This is appropriate for students in first grade, and it could also be used more whole group with kindergarten and independently with second graders as a review or sub plans!This Social Studies resource includes: 2 picture sorts (whole group/independent)1 circle map, 2 tree mapsreal photo vocab cards (with definition/without)cut and label book1 foldable2 writing pagesfill in
This product is great for introducing the topic of the purpose of rules and the role of an authority figure in the home, school, and community. This product includes:*Sort for rules at home vs. school*Writing prompt on purpose of rules *15 colored pocket chart cards of authority figures *3 pocket chart heading cards for home, school, & community*Identifying authority figures worksheet*3 part foldable*3 different predicting writing prompts for journals
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PreK - 1st
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This package allows to teach authority figures at home, at school, and in the community in many ways. Has activities for 2 weeks. Wonderful descriptive images. - 16 large pictures for an anchor chart: Authority figures at school, at home and in the community. Labels included. Use a large Chart paper. Put the pictures in a bag, the students choose one and place it in the correct place.Three activities: Choose the one that you prefer as a test. They are easy to grade.1. Cut and paste activity for
Learn who are the authority figures in our home, school and community with this interactive activity. Read the short story and and have students sort the figures. The story is in two formats, small for small and independent instructions, large for whole group instruction. Great for whole group, small group or independent work. Excellent for special education task boxes.
This was created to cover my authority figures ( home, school, & community) unit. I hope you find it useful for you and your students! This pack includes the following : -Posters with definitions -Authority figures bubble map -Authority figures double bubble map -Authority Figures 6 question task cards -Authority Figures flip book & KWL Thank you for your purchase!
This activity is great for a pocket chart. Learn the reasons we have rules and laws. Sort picture cards of rules or laws at home, in school and in the community. Match pictures of authority figures at home, in school or in the community.
This life skills DIGITAL Authority Figures citizenship activity is a great way to teach students about the rights and responsibilities of authority figures at home, at school, and in the community. Super fun and easy-to-use Boom Task Cards are great for your social studies community, rights and responsibilities, and economics units to help students learn about rules and authority figures.GRAB THIS SET and SAVE 30% OFF MY K-1st GRADE SCIENCE & SOCIAL STUDIES YEAR-LONG BUNDLE!Great for WHOLE G
Thinking about updating your authority figures unit? This supplemental resource will help students identify the responsibilities of authority figures at school, at home, and in the community. The Authority Figures Sort features 9 authority figures. Students must sort the authority figures under the correct category.Given the printables, Who's Responsible and Roles of Authority Figures, students will identify which authority figure is responsible for enforcing or making sure the rule is being fol
Before using this product make sure your students are familiar with authority figures in the home, school, and community, as well as the book, "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?", by Bill Martin, Jr. This product follows the sentence pattern found in the book. There are 2 ways you can use this product: 1. Each student will create their own Authority Figures book that includes a cover page plus 3 pages: one page for an authority figure in the home, one page for an authority figure in th
All you need to teach your students about Authority Figures at home, at school, and in the community. This is perfect for students in first grade.This Social Studies resource includes:Powerpoint- Authority Figure ExamplesGoogle Slides- Authority Figure ExamplesAuthority Figures Foldable - (Home, School, Community)Authority Figures SortSchool Leaders FoldableSchool Rules Foldable
This project uses concentric circles to help students understand the different levels of leadership at work in our society. It can be easily altered to be appropriate for different age levels, languages, and kinds of public officials and leaders. This activity includes: - a series of pre-labeled concentric circles for kids to cut out and decorate - a series of unlabeled concentric circles for kids to cut out, label, and decorate - discussion questions and vocabulary to introduce kids to
The student sorts 27 real picture cards into categories of people that are in authority within the community and at home from people that are not in authority. This is a social studies based activity for Life Skills and Functional Academics students in late elementary through high school. Print out onto white cardstock, laminate and cut out.
This package allows to teach authority figures at home, at school, and in the community in many ways. Has activities for 2 weeks. Wonderful descriptive images. (in Spanish!!).- 16 large pictures for a chart: Authority figures at school, at home and in the community. Labels included. Use a large Chart paper. Put the pictures in a bag, the students choose one and place it in the correct place.Three activities: Choose the one that you prefer as a test. They are easy to grade.1. Cut and paste activ
This assessment covers authority figures in our home, school and community.
This set is a great way to review authority figures at home, in school, and in the community! This deck reviews authority figures and their jobs. It also goes over rules and behavior at school. It is great for your kindergarten or first grade students!There are25 slides in this deck. This set randomizes to play 20 cards at a time. So, each time your students play, they will get a new set of cards!This set also includes sound files where the students click on the sound button to have the words
A quick assessment of authority figures at home, school, and community.
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Grades:
K - 1st
This file includes 24 authority figures and the name of their workplaces. All images were obtained from Google and per my knowledge they are all copyright free.
Grades:
K - 2nd
This short 2-page assessment is a great way to test your student's knowledge of authority figures at the end of the unit/lessons. Questions 1-9 will ask your student to identify if each authority figure has authority at home, in school, or in the community. Questions 10 and 11 are true and false questions.Included at the end is a section at the end for students to write in their own examples of authority figures at home, school, and in the community. NOTE: Each multiple-choice and fill-in-the-bl
Grades:
1st - 3rd
This activity is great to use with a social studies unit on rules and authority figures.
This is a worksheet that can be used to assess students knowledge of authority figures in our community.
Grades:
1st - 2nd
This is a great a social studies lesson about the authority figures.
Group 1. Product includes a sight word reader titled Authority Figures with the focus on words we, like. Reader was created 2 to a page to save on paper. Can by copied single or double sided. Also includes color cards to use in a pocket chart. All you will need to do is print or write sentences of reader on sentence strips. Can then be used in a center or whole group retelling.The IT Page was provided to give students a weekly opportunity to practice sight words. They quickly learn what to do an
In this assignment, students compare and contrast different situations in which Richard Wright interacts with authority figures to better understand how and why he acts the way he does with adults in his life. Students are challenged with the task of locating, explaining, and comparing passages from the text in order to demonstrate their thinking and interact with the text in a genuine, focused manner. Students are asked to both explain their reasoning and cite textual evidence to support their
1. The student will acknowledge an authority figure in the school. The authority figure will give a directive. 2. The student will participate in following the directive given by authority figure. 3. The student will experience a positive interaction with the authority figure confirming the directive was followed. This activity is simple, reflected in price of item.

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