# Normal Community Worksheets for Ages 4-9

Check out this Trial Lesson on Normal Community Worksheets for Ages 4-9!

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## 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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## What Is It Made of Worksheet

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## Fireman Worksheet

Kids love firemen and their big fire engines! Inspire your child to learn about their duties with this fun fireman worksheet. It'll help your child understand the role of firemen, as well as develop matching and problem solving skills. Get your kid started on understanding a key role in society and have fun too!
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## My Bedroom Worksheet

Your child's room is their special space, where only a few are allowed in. You may have let them choose some special decorations, like wall stickers and toys. This exercise will be easy for your child, as they know their bedroom well. Ask them to circle the pictures that belong in a bedroom.
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## What Needs Electricity Printable

Up to 80 words: This worksheet will help your child use sorting skills to find the right objects that need electricity, strengthen problem solving skills, and learn more about electricity and electrical appliances. Let this fascinating science topic teach your little learner about the objects in their lives that need electricity!
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## Let's Check! Assessment Worksheet

Check your child's understanding of height with this worksheet. Ask them to sort the objects in order of size and identify the tallest and shortest member of the family in the picture. See if they can correctly arrange the items from tallest to shortest.
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## Road Signs (Part 1) Worksheet

Kids are exposed to danger near roads, so help them recognize traffic signs with this printable. It'll foster their reading comprehension and symbol recognition, while keeping them safe.
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## Grocery Store Worksheet

Kids love going to the grocery store for free samples and munchies! With this grocery store sorting worksheet, they can practice sorting, problem-solving and thinking skills. Learning experiences from real life, like grocery shopping, can be brought to your child's desk for fun matching activities. Try it out and look for these items the next time you go to the store!
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## Family Vocabulary Worksheet

Students learn about families in social studies. This worksheet helps them identify family members by looking at a picture and circling the corresponding word. To extend their learning, ask them to talk about their own family members.
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## Why Do We Go To School? Worksheet

Ask your kids why they go to school and what they learn. Explain that some schools specialise in certain subjects like music or art. Show them the pictures and help them answer the questions by drawing lines to the correct answers. School is important and helps us learn, even though it may not feel enjoyable at times.
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## Playground Worksheet

Head to the park with this playground worksheet! It strengthens sorting and cognitive skills while encouraging problem solving. Plus, it's fun-filled and engaging! When finished, head out to the park to see what items your child finds in the playground!
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## See Your Doctor (Part 2) Printable

Nurses, vets and eye doctors fulfill important needs in our communities. With this worksheet, your child can recognize and classify different types of doctors and explore potential interests. Learn more about the people in our community, and start a conversation about potential interests. A great way to make your child think about different types of doctors!
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## See Your Doctor (Part 1) Printable

Your child may be scared of doctors, but this worksheet can help them appreciate them. It teaches about different types of doctors and helps them understand more about their community. Learning about different professions is a great way to discover potential interests, so let's get started with community helpers!
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## Learn about Community Helpers Printable

Introduce your little one to the amazing and hard-working people in the community with this free worksheet. It will help them use matching and observational skills to match the correct hat to its worker and recognize community helpers. Perfect for early learners, this worksheet uses familiar images to help them gain a deeper appreciation for their community helpers!