We go from the forest to the water with these community helpers flashcards: a fisherman, a forest ranger, a lifeguard, and a mail carrier.
The four community workers on these flashcards sure are from different walks of life! There are a mechanic, a miner, a nurse, and an oil worker.
On this fifth page of flashcards you will find the all-important policeman and teacher, and the occasionally encountered tour guide and ski guide.
Get your wallet out! You will definitely need to pay a bill to these helpers: a trash collector, a vet, a waiter, and a waitress. Don’t forget the tip!
This first page of matching game pieces has images of 12 community helpers. Print and cut apart on the lines. Matches with the job titles on page 3.
Here’s page 2 with 12 more images of helpers in the community. Print and cut along the lines. Matches with the job titles on page 4.
This page has a list of job titles that matches with the images on page 1. Print, then cut along the lines. Hint: The colors of the words match the helpers.
This page of community workers has 12 job titles cards. These match the images of the helpers on page 2. Hint: The colors of the words match the helpers.
These four I Have Who Has game cards have a business woman, a teacher, a forest ranger, a crossing guard and a mechanic on them. Have fun!
Page 2 of this I Have Who Has game includes the mechanic, chef, doctor, farmer and a lifeguard. Have fun listening and matching!
These brightly colored workers include a lifeguard, a firefighter, a fisherman, a mail carrier and a nurse.
The community helpers come from many walks or life – a nurse, a detective, a miner, a waitress and a ski guide. Sounds like a game of Clue to me!
On this I Have Who Has community helpers game page you’ll find a ski guide, a policeman, an oil worker, a trash collector, and a tour guide. Have fun!
This last set of cards brings the game full circle back to where it started with a business woman. Also has a waiter, businessman, tour guide and a vet.
A half page booklet for kids to read and color. It has 11 characters with two sentences per page. One sentence tells who the helper is, the other sentence tells what the helper does.
This booklet has 11 helpers including a doctor, policeman, teacher & more. Read the page, trace the words describing the helper “I am a ____.” and color!