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Community Helpers Preschool Activities, Crafts, Lessons, and Printables

New February 2013 : Community Helpers and All Around Town Preschool Activities and Crafts.  Let's celebrate the work people do in our communities. As children build literacy, develop vocabulary, practice math concepts, sing songs, sort materials, and participate in dramatic play activities, they learn about the tools, uniforms, and tasks of a variety of community helpers such as police officers, garbage collectors, veterinarians, postal carriers, and more! Samples of our more than 100 Community Helpers crafts, activities, crafts, games, songs, rhymes, coloring pages, and printables.

Free Community Helpers Crafts, Preschool and Kindergarten Activities, Rhymes, and Printables

Community Helpers Literacy Activities

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Sorting Mail
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police hat craft

Police
Crafts, Activities

Community Helpers printables

Community Helpers
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Community Helpers Sorting Folder Game

Community Helpers
Sorting Game

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Community Helpers
Word Wall

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Free Community Helpers Activities, Rhymes, Printables, and Community Helpers Books

 

Police Officer

 

I Am A Policeman
(Tune: I'm a Little Teapot)

I am a policeman, with my star.
I help people near and far.
If you have a problem, call on me.
And I will be there, 1, 2, 3!

 

Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar?
Pick one child to be the police officer and give him/her a police officer's hat to wear. Have the rest of the children chant "Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar?" The police officer will point to one of the children in the group. The accused child will chant: "Who me?" and the officer will chant, "Yes you." Then, the accused child will chant, "Not me," and the police officer will ask, "Then who?" The child acting as the police officer will switch places with the child he/she pointed to, and that child will become the police officer for the next round.

 

Community Helpers

The People in Our Town
Original Author Unknown
(Tune: The Wheels on the Bus)

The librarian in our town says,
"Read a book, read a book, read a book,"
The librarian in our town says
"Read a book" all day long.

Repeat with following verses:

The firefighter in our town says, "Stop, drop, and roll" ...
The teacher in our town says, "Let's learn something" ...
The carpenter in our town says, "Give me a hammer" ...
The mail carrier in our town says, "Here's your mail" ...
The doctor in our town says, "How do you feel?" ...
The dentist in our town says, "Open up" ...

 

Mail Carrier

 

Mail Carrier, Mail Carrier, Where's the Mail?
Address a pretend letter or salvage a piece of junk mail. Choose one child to be the postal carrier. This child's role in the game is to guess which of the other children has the letter/piece of mail. The postal carrier faces away from the others and closes his/her eyes while the teacher hands the letter/piece of mail to someone in the group who hides it behind his/her back. All of the other children keep their hands behind their back as well. Then, the group calls out, "Postal carrier, postal carrier, where's the mail?" and the postal carrier gets three chances to pick which child is hiding the mail.

Mail Carrier Song
Original Author Unknown
(Tune: My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean)

I get to sort the mail,
Then carry it to your home.
The mail comes from all over,
Like New York, Paris, and Rome.
Mail, mail, mail, mail,
I love to deliver the mail, mail, mail.
Mail, mail, mail, mail,
I love to deliver the mail.

 

Mail Carrier coloring page free Valentine's Day Cards Delivery Number Sequence free   Community Helpers Play Set
Soft & Safe Community Helpers

 

Community Helpers Snack Ideas:

 

Cheese Cube Hammers

Community helpers snack idea

What you need:
Cheese cube for each child
Pretzel sticks

What you do:
Let cheese cubes stand at room temperature 10 to 15 min. or until cheese is at room temperature. Let children gently push pretzel stick into the center of the cheese cube to make a hammer. Enjoy at snack time.

 

 

 

 

Graham Cracker Mail

What you need:
Graham crackers
Gel icing in different colors

What you do:
Make one letter (piece of mail) using one whole graham cracker per child. Address the middle of each graham cracker with a child's name, city, and state written in gel icing. Place small rectangles of gel in the upper right corners of the graham crackers to look like stamps. Place the graham cracker "letters" on large trays, and call on children to come up, one or two at a time, to get their "mail."

 

Community Helpers and All Around Town Books
Carreer day community helpers books Jobs people do book Who's hat is it? Community Helpers A-Z Community Helpers Busy Town book
Career Day

Jobs People Do

Whose Hat Is This?: Community Workers)

Community Helpers from A to Z (Alphabasics)

Richard Scarry's Busy, Busy Town
Mail Carrier book Grandma drove the garbage truck book Keeping You Safe Police book Police on Patrol Community Helpers book Smash trash Community helpers book
Delivering Your Mail: A Book About Mail Carriers (Community Workers) Grandma Drove the Garbage Truck Keeping You Safe: A Book About Police Officers (Community Workers) Police Officers on Patrol Smash! Mash! Crash! There Goes the Trash!

 

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