Create a cut-and-paste alphabet of community people, from astronaut to kayaker to zookeeper! It includes community helpers as well as other people in the community that make our world a diverse place.
I created the booklet with a few ways for use.
* full-color version in both booklet style (I would not suggest printing it!)
* single-page-at-a-time ebook style
* black-and-white booklet version with the people's images by their letters, which can be used as a coloring book.
* black-and-white booklet version with the letters and sentences on each page, and the colored images are on a separate page to cut out and paste into the booklet.
For a limited time, get access to the digital internet-based ebook as well with purchase of this printable set.
The digital ebook is hosted on Boom Learning℠. Click on the demo to see a playable preview!
Here are the people I have included in the book: astronaut, builder, coach, dentist, electrician, farmer, gardener, hair dresser, investigator, janitor, kayaker, librarian, mail carrier, nurse, officer, painter, quarterback, repairman, scientist, teacher, underwater diver, vet, waiter, x-ray doctor, yoga instructor, and zoo keeper.
The A to Z Book of People in the Community is inspired by LMNO Peas by Keith Baker. For more details on how I use the booklet with the book, see the blog post: http://homeschool.rebeccareid.com/?p=43823
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