n the All About My Community Pack you will find the following learning elements to help you teach your child or students about the community all around them that they live in:
This activity is designed to illustrate what your child or student knows, wants to know, and has learned about the community around them and its elements.
Community Sight Words
This activity is full of sight words themed to the community. Included is instructions on how to set-up up and use the community themed sight words in a word wall.
My Community Words Book
This activity is designed to help reinforce the Community Sight Words and Sight Word Wall through a series of activities involving the selected sight words. The activities then combine into a book for ease of use and review of the sight words it contains.
Pocket Chart Vocabulary
This activity is a series of words and their definitions set-up to be used with a pocket chart. If you do not have one you can see how to use one HERE. But do not fear though, if you do not want or are not comfortable using a pocket chart you can simply attach them to your wall in your school area too. This activity even includes a quiz as well.
This activity is designed to help teach your child or student about the differences and similarities between the settings of urban, rural, and suburban. The lessons are fun and enticing to children to help them reinforce and learn their knowledge of these three settings.
Observations – A Day In My Community
This activity is designed to have your child or student observe their community. Then, as they witness and make observations about the various parts of their community they can write down what they see, think, and feel about the various community elements included in the activity.
A Day in the Life of a Good Citizen
This activity is designed to help teach your child or student about what your family believes a good citizen is. Your child or student can draw pictures and explain what they are all about.
Jobs in the Community
This activity is designed to help your child or students practice their coloring skills, art skills, tracing skills, and determine what jobs can be done in those parts of your community.
When I Grow Up
This activity is designed to help your child or student start to think about what they want to be when they grow up.
Exercises are included to help your child or students work on their descriptive words in relation to the community around them. Activities are included that focus on adjectives and descriptive writing.
Activities are included to teach your children and students about their personal information and the important emergency contacts for people in their lives. These activities will not only help them remember and reinforce their own information, but also will help them learn about emergency personnel and what information they may need to assist them in an emergency.
Compass Rose Activities
Included are activities to help your child learn about maps, how to read maps, and about how community elements relate to each other using the compass rose.
This activity is designed to teach your child or students about traffic signs from what they are to what they mean to what they look like.
Other activities are also included to help teach your child or student about their community in fun, enticing, and fun ways.