Community Helpers

Washington, D.C. Firehouse Station No. 4. Fireman replacing hose after a fire

Overview

The importance of community helpers is a building block of civics understanding. Students investigate who community helpers are and how they have changed over time through primary source analysis, then match historical and contemporary images of community helpers. After, have students draw a picture of themselves as community helpers and/or a community helper in their community and share stories about those people.

Related Resources

Feedback

Grade

Early Elementary

Subjects

Art, Civics, English Language Arts, Social Studies

Length

40-60 minutes

Topics

community, community helpers, then and now

Author

KidCitizen

Rating

0
0.0 rating
0 out of 5 stars (based on 0 reviews)