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Community Helper Crafts Big Bundle

If you are looking for a fun way to teach your students about community helpers, this Community Helper Crafts BIG bundle is full of great hands on activities! Students will love cutting and pasting together their choice of 20 different crafts: chef, construction worker, doctor, farmer, firefighter, mail carrier, nurse, police officer, teacher, veterinarian, dentist, pilot, lifeguard, florist, hair stylist, librarian, mechanic, mom/dad, trash collector, and waiter/waitress. These crafts are great for a “When I Grow Up” themed unit and will make a great bulletin board!

 

Number of Pages: 549
Grade Level: PreK, K, 1, 2, 3

$36.00

Chef Craft Activity

Construction Worker Craft Activity

Doctor Craft Activity

Farmer Craft Activity

Firefighter Craft Activity

Mail Carrier Craft Activity

Nurse Craft Activity

Police Officer Craft Activity

Teacher Craft Activity

Veterinarian Craft Activity

Dentist Craft Activity

Florist Craft Activity

Hair Stylist Craft Activity

Librarian Craft Activity

Lifeguard Craft Activity

Trash Collector Craft Activity

Mom and Dad Craft Activity

Pilot Craft Activity

Mechanic Craft Activity

Waiter and Waitress Craft Activity

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If you are looking for a fun way to teach your students about community helpers, this Community Helper Crafts BIG bundle is full of great hands on activities! Students will love cutting and pasting together their choice of 20 different crafts: chef, construction worker, doctor, farmer, firefighter, mail carrier, nurse, police officer, teacher, veterinarian, dentist, pilot, lifeguard, florist, hair stylist, librarian, mechanic, mom/dad, trash collector, and waiter/waitress. These crafts are great for a “When I Grow Up” themed unit and will make a great bulletin board!

 

What’s included in this pdf:

  • A photograph of the craft activity
  • Step-by-step directions
  • Templates that can be copied directly onto colored cardstock or construction paper and then cut out by students. 
  • Labeled templates that can be xeroxed onto cardstock, cut by the teacher, and then traced onto colored paper and cut by students. Labels will include the name of the pattern, the color to use, and how many of each pattern to cut (Ex: Body Cut 1 Red).

 

Here are some fun ways to use the craft:

  • study on community helpers
  • practicing fine motor skills
  • bulletin boards
  • door and hallway decorations
  • small group station
  • pair it with a worksheet, activity, or book
  • reward or class party