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Introducing our vibrant collection of Community Worksheets, meticulously crafted for the curious minds of Ages 3-4. Dive into a colorful world where your little ones will embark on a delightful journey through the essence of community living. These engaging worksheets are designed to spark the imagination and foster an early appreciation for the diverse roles and relationships that weave the fabric of our communities. With fun, age-appropriate activities, children will explore, learn, and grow, developing foundational skills and understanding. Perfect for preschool learning, our Community Worksheets for Ages 3-4 are your child's first step into a larger world of social awareness and unity.


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Who Is in a Family? Worksheet
Who Is in a Family? Worksheet

Who Is in a Family? Worksheet

Kids enjoy discussing families. This easy, colorful worksheet helps them determine if a person or thing is in a family. Children look at each picture, name it, and circle it if it represents someone in a family. It introduces or reinforces family words, making it ideal for toddlers.
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Town or City? Worksheet
Town or City? Worksheet

Town or City? Worksheet

Kids will have fun with this free worksheet, matching pictures to either a city or a town. Fine motor skills will be practiced as they trace the lines to their answer. It's a great way to reinforce the differences between cities and towns.
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Months of the year PDF worksheet
Months of the year PDF worksheet

Months of the Year Worksheet

Challenge your child with this months of the year worksheet! Help them remember the yearly calendar by having them connect the dots from January to December. It's a fun way to test their knowledge of the twelve months and sharpen their memory!
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Is this a Home? Worksheet
Is this a Home? Worksheet

Is this a Home? Worksheet

Ask your child what the building you live in is called. Is it a home, restaurant or hospital? Then look at the pictures in the worksheet and ask them to identify which are homes - even if they don't look like yours. Check the box next to the homes in the pictures.
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Community: Homes Worksheet
Community: Homes Worksheet

Community: Homes Worksheet

Help your child discover the different types of homes with this free worksheet! Full of colors and pictures, they'll assess which are suitable for people to live in. As they check each picture, they'll use their fine motor skills to draw a conclusion. They'll recognize familiar homes and learn about new ones. There's no place like home!
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What is a Citizen? Worksheet
What is a Citizen? Worksheet

What is a Citizen? Worksheet

Do your students know who a citizen is? Use this worksheet to teach them: a citizen is a member of a community, such as your school, city or country. Look at the pictures in the pdf with your students. Ask them to identify who or what is in the pictures, and help them check which are citizens.
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Feelings and emotions worksheet
Feelings and emotions worksheet

Feelings and Emotions Worksheet

Kids must learn how to deal with situations and handle their own emotions. This worksheet helps them practice empathy and resilience, making them more self-aware and confident. It also helps them to relate their life experiences to common disappointments and develop coping mechanisms.
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What Do You See in the Community Worksheet
What Do You See in the Community Worksheet

What Do You See in the Community Worksheet

This free social studies PDF can help your children learn about their local community. They'll identify its members, places and objects using engaging and recognizable pictures. As they trace circles around them, they'll also practice fine motor skills. It's a great way to introduce social science concepts and help them understand the importance of community.
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What is a Law? Worksheet
What is a Law? Worksheet

What is a Law? Worksheet

Encourage your students to think about the laws they abide by - at home, school, and the playground. Explain the importance of laws in keeping us safe, then ask them to check the box next to the pictures depicting different laws in a worksheet.
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Community Rules Worksheet
Community Rules Worksheet

Community Rules Worksheet

Communities are where different people live, work and worship. They're made up of homes, schools, places of worship, businesses and other buildings. To create a healthy, functioning community, it's important for members to follow the rules and guidelines. Use this printout to teach kids about community rules. Ask them to check the box next to the picture that shows someone following them.
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What is a neighbor Worksheet
What is a neighbor Worksheet

What is a neighbor Worksheet

This engaging worksheet helps students recognize neighbors and their role in a community. They'll identify pictures of people living together and understand the importance of being neighborly. Download the PDF to help reinforce the concept of community teamwork.
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What Do Construction Workers Need? Worksheet
What Do Construction Workers Need? Worksheet

What Do Construction Workers Need? Worksheet

Ask your kid if they've seen a construction worker in action. What were they doing? Can they name the tools they use? Check out this worksheet and name the items. Then, help them trace the items needed for construction in this tracing sheet.
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Let's Go to the Store! Worksheet
Let's Go to the Store! Worksheet

Let's Go to the Store! Worksheet

Take your kids along for errands and shopping. Ask them to identify items on this worksheet and the store where you'd buy them. See how much attention they were paying! Have fun and find out with this fun worksheet.
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Community Buildings Worksheet
Community Buildings Worksheet

Community Buildings Worksheet

Test your child's knowledge of local buildings with this worksheet. Ask them to name the buildings in the images, then check the boxes next to the ones they might see in a community. It's a great way to explore the places you visit together.
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Feelings Chart Worksheet

Anger can be tricky to manage, so help your child learn techniques for coping. Use this feelings chart worksheet which leads them through identifying the most intense face and connecting the dots to help them calm down.
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Let's Look! Assessment Worksheet
Let's Look! Assessment Worksheet

Let's Look! Assessment Worksheet

Have your child look at the picture in the printout and name the objects. Ask which ones are soft and hard and have them count the soft objects and circle the number. This worksheet will engage your child's thinking and teach them about texture.
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Manners at School Worksheet
Manners at School Worksheet

Manners at School Worksheet

Go through the worksheet with your child and ask which children are being rude or polite. Check the boxes for the polite children. Explain how to be well-behaved in school by following the examples of polite children. Help your child better their behaviour in school and the community.
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Recognize Common Signs: Part 2 Worksheet
Recognize Common Signs: Part 2 Worksheet

Recognize Common Signs: Part 2 Worksheet

This PDF worksheet helps your preschooler match prior knowledge to community activity signs, aiding development of pre-reading skills. It gives them pictorial comprehension which links to decoding and fluent reading. Pictures are key - it all begins here!
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Guess the date worksheet
Guess the date worksheet

Guess the Date Worksheet

Read and guess the date with this fun worksheet! Kids practice reading comprehension and following instructions as they work through it using the calendar provided. Improve real-life skills with this enjoyable activity!
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Community Maze Worksheet
Community Maze Worksheet

Community Maze Worksheet

Your kids will have a blast as they use their fine motor skills to trace their way through the community maze worksheet. Plus, they'll enjoy meeting people, places, and creatures to sort out who and what belong in a community and who and what don't! Help their friend bike to the neighborhood school and reinforce what life is like in a community.
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Community Signs Worksheet
Community Signs Worksheet

Community Signs Worksheet

To stay safe, our kids need to know community signs. Ask them to name signs at the pool, park, etc. Then, have them check the worksheet for the picture that matches the community signs.
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Understanding emotions printable worksheet
Understanding emotions printable worksheet

Understanding Emotions Worksheet

This worksheet helps children build social and emotional skills. As they complete it, they imagine themselves in the boy's situation, practicing empathy. It's an engaging and meaningful way to learn.
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What Is It Made of Worksheet
What Is It Made of Worksheet

What Is It Made of Worksheet

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City Workers Community Helpers Worksheet
City Workers Community Helpers Worksheet

City Workers Community Helpers Worksheet

City workers help keep our communities clean, safe and well-run. They create and enforce rules and act as leaders. Use this worksheet with your child to learn more about the important roles they play. Check the pictures in the free PDF that accurately depict what they do.
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Worksheets on Community for Ages 3-4 offer a foundational step into the world of social understanding and interpersonal skills. At such a tender age, children are at the peak of their curiosity, eager to learn about the world around them. These worksheets provide an excellent avenue to introduce young minds to the concept of community, fostering a sense of belonging and an understanding of their immediate social environment.

The use of Community for Ages 3-4 worksheets is instrumental in teaching children about the different roles people play in their communities, from firefighters and teachers to doctors and family members. This early exposure helps children appreciate diversity and the importance of cooperation and empathy in a community setting. Through engaging activities such as matching professions to their duties, identifying community helpers, and understanding simple community rules, these worksheets lay a strong foundation for social responsibility and active participation in community life as they grow.

Moreover, integrating Community for Ages 3-4 worksheets into early education encourages language development, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. Children learn new vocabulary related to their community and develop the ability to categorize and recognize patterns, which are crucial cognitive skills. Thus, these worksheets are not just about learning community roles but also about enhancing cognitive, social, and emotional development in young learners, making them an invaluable tool in early childhood education.