What are some of the places you visit regularly with your children? Can they name some of the buildings that are in the community? This worksheet will test how well they are aware of the buildings in the community. In the exercise, there are pictures of various buildings. First, ask your child to name the buildings if they can. Then, ask them to check the boxes next to the buildings that you might see in a community.
What people can be found in a hospital? What about the courthouse and bank? Does your child know the people that work in those buildings, how these people dress, and what they are called? If your child does not, use this simple worksheet to shed some more light on that area. In printout, there are pictures of four buildings that can be found in a community. Your child must draw a line from each building to the correct person or object that belongs inside the building.
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