Laws are put in place in every place, community or society so that there can be order. A law is a rule that citizens of a place must follow. Ask your students if they can tell you some of the rules that guide them in their own homes, school, or the playground. Teach them that these laws are important as they keep people safe. Ask them to check the box next to the pictures that show laws in this simple worksheet.
Does your child know why people are put in jail? Or why there is a courthouse where people go to answer to some of their crimes? You can use this worksheet to explain to them what happens to people who break the laws of a place. The four images shows the stages a criminal would go through before finally reaching his punishment. Help your child connect the circles to show what happens when people break the law. Make sure you start at the big red dot.
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