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Worksheets for teaching students about different types of communities. These printables cover rural, suburban, and urban communities, as well as community helpers.
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ().
Tell which type of community (rural, urban, or suburban) you would find each worker described.Urban Diarama Free
Students color, cut, fold, and glue the urban diarama scene.Suburban Diarama Member
Create a suburban diarama scene by cutting, folding, gluing, and coloring.Rural Diarama Member
Create a rural farm scene by cutting, folding, gluing, and coloring.Urban-Suburban-Rural Illustration Member
This full-page illustration shows rural, suburban, and urban communities.
Students list their street, town, county, state, country, continent, hemisphere, and even their home planet.Story: Big City Fun Member
Read this story and answer the questions that follow. In the story, Emily visits the city for the first time and discovers that it's much different than her home in rural Pennsylvania.
(Approx. Reading Level: 3-4)
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