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Explore our engaging and educational Easy Community Worksheets for ages 5-8! Designed to enhance young learners' understanding of their community, these activities are perfect for kindergarten to second grade. Our printable worksheets feature colorful graphics and interactive exercises that teach children about their neighborhood, essential workers, and local services. Each worksheet is thoughtfully crafted to spark curiosity and build foundational social studies skills. Ideal for classroom use or homeschooling, these resources ensure kids learn in a fun and meaningful way. Download now to help your child discover the important roles and places within their community!


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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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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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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 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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The Force of the 4's Worksheet
The Force of the 4's Worksheet

The Force of the 4's Worksheet

Ride a seesaw with your child and explore the physics behind it! Explain how it needs two people and how force makes it go up and down. Use the memories of the pleasurable experience to teach your kid a lesson in force. Show them how to solve the worksheet by drawing a line to the correct answer. This way, they'll learn the force needed for the seesaw to move.
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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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Stay Safe in Your Community Worksheet
Stay Safe in Your Community Worksheet

Stay Safe in Your Community Worksheet

It’s vital to ensure your kids understand safety in your community. There may be schools, homes, and construction sites, so it’s important to teach your children to be aware of the risks. Help them look at the pictures in the worksheet and identify which are safe. Ask them to tick the box next to the safe people, places, and things.
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Cities and Towns Worksheet
Cities and Towns Worksheet

Cities and Towns Worksheet

Cities are buzzy and busy while towns tend to be peaceful. Ask your child if they can tell which one is which from a picture. This could be a great way to test their understanding of the differences between towns and cities. There are many businesses in cities, tall buildings and lots to do. Meanwhile towns are usually quieter.
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Cities Worksheet
Cities Worksheet

Cities Worksheet

This social studies PDF introduces kids to the differences between cities and towns. Colorful imagery helps them to distinguish between the two; for example, cities have traffic, business people and skyscrapers, while suburbs and rural areas do not. This allows children to have a reference point for what makes cities unique.
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Santa Claus Printable Worksheet
Santa Claus Printable Worksheet

Santa Claus Fashion Worksheet

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Cooperation Worksheet
Cooperation Worksheet

Cooperation Worksheet

Cooperation is an essential component of successful teamwork - in school, in offices, with citizens. Ask your students to check the pictures in the worksheet showing citizens working together. This is what makes a good citizen: cooperation.
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Traditions We Have Worksheet
Traditions We Have Worksheet

Traditions We Have Worksheet

Help your child learn about the world's diverse cultures with this tracing sheet. Trace the dotted lines to match different community members with their traditional holidays, foods and clothing. America is just one of many countries with multiple communities living together - teach your child that everybody has different backgrounds and customs, opening their minds to an even bigger world.
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Cities Worksheet
Cities Worksheet

Cities Worksheet

This worksheet helps kids identify similarities and differences between communities. It offers four pictures of different places to live; country, city, etc. Kids use picture clues to determine which one is a city and can practice their geography and map skills. It's a great way for them to learn, allowing them easy success and reinforcement.
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French Vocabulary Maze Worksheet
French Vocabulary Maze Worksheet

French Vocabulary Maze Worksheet

Kids can learn they're part of a global community with this fun maze worksheet. Claude needs help finding his beret, and by using the pictures children will develop their fine-motor skills. They don't even know they're learning new language words, they're just helping a friend!
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Recognize Common Signs: Part 1 Worksheet
Recognize Common Signs: Part 1 Worksheet

Recognize Common Signs: Part 1 Worksheet

Beginning readers can strengthen picture identification and decoding skills with a free downloadable worksheet. They use traceable lines to match activities in community signs to the correct pictures and build a bridge to reading. This helps familiarize them with their surroundings and starts them on their reading journey.
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Traditional Clothing in Korea Worksheet
Traditional Clothing in Korea Worksheet

Traditional Clothing in Korea Worksheet

Students can explore global cultures through this fun PDF worksheet. It introduces Korean children and a Korean festival. Students can choose the children's clothing using traceable lines. It's essential for our globally connected students to learn about different traditions, clothing, foods and cultures of other countries.
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Let's Go to School! Worksheet
Let's Go to School! Worksheet

Let's Go to School! Worksheet

Ask your kids to circle the objects they need for school on this worksheet. It contains pictures of different objects - some needed and some not related to school. This should be easy for them as they're already enrolled or homeschooled.
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Traditional Dances in India Worksheet
Traditional Dances in India Worksheet

Traditional Dances in India Worksheet

Teach students to celebrate diversity! This free worksheet lets them explore Indian traditional dances, costumes and jewelry. They'll discover Kathak and Odissi, while practicing motor skills tracing the matching lines. Give them a glimpse into the global community!
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Fairness: Sequencing Worksheet
Fairness: Sequencing Worksheet

Fairness: Sequencing Worksheet

Kids likely already know how to play hopscotch. Ask them to show you the shortest, tallest and middle child in the worksheet. Then, help them order them from shortest to tallest by checking the boxes.
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Kindness Maze Worksheet
Kindness Maze Worksheet

Kindness Maze Worksheet

Rewards come in many forms for kind deeds. When your children do good, you can choose to reward them with a gift or compliment. The students in this worksheet have been awarded the Good Citizen Award for kindness. Let your kids help the students find their way to the award - at the center of the maze. Guide them through to get their prize.
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Parents and teachers should care about Easy Community for ages 5-8 because it lays a critical foundation for children’s social, emotional, and cognitive development during these formative years. Easy Community focuses on building vital inter-personal skills such as empathy, cooperation, and effective communication, which are essential for developing strong relationships.

Engaging in community-based activities helps children understand the importance of teamwork and community values, enabling them to become responsible and caring individuals. When children actively participate in community, they learn essential problem-solving and decision-making skills by observing and interacting with others. These experiences contribute significantly to their self-esteem and sense of belonging, making school and home environments nurturing and supportive.

For parents, an Easy Community means knowing their child is meeting diverse peers and gaining exposure to varied perspectives, fostering open-mindedness from a young age. For teachers, incorporating community-oriented activities into the curriculum highlights real-world applications of academic concepts, enhancing engagement and making learning more meaningful.

Easy Community programs often include both service-learning projects and structured play, blending education with fun. This comprehensive approach ensures that foundational literacy and numeracy skills are reinforced while developing character traits crucial for lifelong success. In summary, prioritizing Easy Community activities for young children enriches their growth and prepares them for future societal roles.