Cooperation is a vital key that makes things go smoothly where more than one person is involved. In school, your students need to cooperate with you as their teacher, and with other students in order for things to get done. In offices, workers also have to cooperate with each other, and so on. This is what makes a good citizen; cooperation. Ask your students to look at the pictures in the worksheet and check the ones that show citizens cooperating with one another.
Every place needs cooperation in order for things to go smoothly, and for tasks to get done quickly. Ask your child if they can tell you some of the ways they cooperate with other people in different places. Look at the pictures in this worksheet with your kids. Can they tell you what is happening in each of the images? The people in the middle of each picture needs cooperation to get their task done. Ask your kids to draw a line to the person who can help.
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