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STUDENTS will be able to IDENTIFY DIFFERENT COMMUNITY HELPERS and their careers. These activities can help kids identify community helpers in their neighborhoods and understand what their purpose is. Community Helpers cover many groups of people who help in our neighborhoods and community. The people in the community help each other by offering goods and services. Come learn and have fun with these community helpers preschool activities.

Let's Learn About Community Helpers

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Learning Packets

These learning packets contain early learning printables to use with your toddler or preschooler when studying about community helpers. These packets are intended for preschoolers.

Packet 1​​

Packet 2​​

Packet 3

Packet 4

Packet 5

Packet 1 - 5 courtesy of

Book Recommendations

Our book recommendations are a collection of stories exploring community helpers. Please browse our bookclub selection for other book titles related to community helpers.


Thanks to YouTube, we don't have to reinvent the wheel. These YouTube videos will engage your child as they continue to learn and explore community helpers.

30 minutes or less

What Do You Want to Be?

Policeman Keeps Us Safe

Ambulance Rescue Team


30 minutes to 1 hour

Community Helpers | Finger Family

Best Collection of Rhymes on Professions

I Want to be a Vet!

I Wanna Be An Astronaut!

Five Little Firemen - Fire Truck

Baby Panda Dental Care

The Doctor Checkup Song


1 hour or more

Caitie's Classroom | Community Helpers

Community Helpers | Bob the Train

Wheels on the Fire Truck

Family Activities

Here are a few activities for the whole family to enjoy while learning and exploring community helpers. Use these activities to point out different community helpers, how each community helper contributes to our world and the similarity/differences of each community helper.

Schedule a trip to the doctor so kids can experience what doctor's do.

Schedule a trip to the dentist so that kids can experience what dentist's do.

Take a bus ride or Q Line train ride to learn about what bus drivers do.

Go for a drive and point out different vehicles like garbage trucks, delivery trucks, emergency vehicles and police cars.

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