Community Helper Activity with a Construction Worker Craft and Writing Prompt
As you study jobs and community helpers, write about construction workers during your writing lesson! Students practice fine motor and visual-spatial skills as they create construction worker crafts during morning work or literacy centers. Note that five writing options are included to provide differentiation for your little learners. Four craft options are included, too. Note: You might replace the head of the construction worker with student photos for some extra fun!
Page 1: Cover
Page 2: Product Details
Page 3: girl with curly hair
Page 4: girl with ponytail
Page 5: boy with curly hair
Page 6: boy with straight hair
Page 7: two hands, hard hat
Page 8: stop sign, shoulders
Page 9: drawing sheet: What would you build if you were a construction worker?
Page 10: drawing sheet: What does a construction worker do?
Page 11: drawing and sentence starter: If I were a construction worker, I would build…
Page 12: drawing and writing sheet
Page 13: writing sheet
Book companions to go along with the craft pack include, but certainly are not limited to the following titles:
Whose Hands Are These?
Here Come the Helpers
When I Grow Up
Career Day Whose Hat is This?
Whose Tools Are These?
Whose Vehicle Is This?
The cover of Krazy for Kindyland products include exact JPEG(s) of included craft(s).
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