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Community Helpers Theme

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This fascinating week-long Community Helpers Theme will make a fun week of lessons for your kids! All you have to do is pick your favorite books and select a couple of educational activities.


Community Helpers Theme

Books to Read

Choose between two options for using books in your space theme:

  • You can read a different book each day of the week, Monday through Friday.
  • Or read your favorite book (s) every day of the week. Kids love repetition, so don’t worry about boring them!

Grab one or all of these 5 excellent books to study with your kids:




Community Helpers Theme Language Arts Activities

Start your unit study by working on fine motor control with these Free Firefighter Coloring Sheets!

Your older kids will love practicing contractions with the Doctor Contraction Matching Game!


Community-Helpers-Theme -Math-Activities

Community Helpers Theme  Math Activities

Start your math day with these fun detective themed math mysteries!


Community Helpers Theme Art or Craft Projects

Your kids will love making Community Helper Puppets!

Or make this DIY Firefighter Costume for Kids!


Community Helpers Theme Science Activities

Community Helpers Theme Science Activities

Scientists are important community helpers in our society! So spend Day 4 exploring the work a scientist does and trying out a few experiments. Just like a scientist!

And learn how a stethoscope works with this DIY Stethoscope Tutorial ~ Science Experiment!


Community Helpers Theme Social Studies and Fun!

Community Helpers Theme Social Studies and Fun!

And remember to plan field trips to your local fire and police stations!

Don’t miss our other free weekly themes for preschool, kindergarten, and elementary age kids!

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Sara Dennis is a homeschooling mother of 6. Her goal is to help moms simplify their homeschools so they can give their kids an excellent education and thrive at home. She blogs at Classically Homeschooling.

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