Community Helpers Activities - Kindergarten Pre-K - Bundle
What educators are saying
This bundle of community helpers activities for kindergarten and Pre-K is the perfect way to supplement your community helpers unit. Featuring over 250 pages, the kindergarten community helpers bundle includes 14 crafts, 200 vocabulary cards, 26 sorting mats, riddles and pocket chart sentences to teach young learners all about community helpers.
This kindergarten community helpers activity bundle contains:
- Community Helpers Craftivity - 14 Crafts
14 Community helper crafts for learners to color, cut and paste together to recreate the helper. Perfect for a bulletin board for community helpers, career day or 'when I grow up' activity.
- Community Helpers and Tools 3-Part Cards Bundle (20 Sets of 3-Part Cards)
200+ vocabulary cards covering 20 community helpers including baker, police officer, dentist, farmer and more. The 3-part card format lends itself to an extensive range of classroom uses and is popular within Montessori-style classrooms.
- Who am I? Community Helper Riddle Questions
Using a simple, Who Am I? format, these community helper riddles will keep students engaged and eager to learn more.
- Community Helpers Sorting Mats (26 Community Helpers)
Students will love sorting and matching the tools of the trade for each community helper.
- Community Helpers Pocket Chart Sentences (I see a, This is a, He is, She is)
Learners will practice their literacy and writing skills by making simple sight word sentences using the community helpers-themed pocket chart sentence cards.
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