Community Workers Unit

A little teeny area I have been slacking on – social studies. I had all of these big plans for monthly social studies units. And I have but I am a little behind. September into October we rocked some geography. In late October into November we stayed up to date on current events with our election unit. Then… hmm… Something happened. I don’t know. Maybe I blame Thanksgiving or Christmas. We were suddenly overloaded with cute and adorable seasonal activities that social studies got ever so politely shoved out of the wagon. Oops.

New year, fresh start. I finished this Community Workers Unit in the knick of time and my guys are already loving it! Let me share everything included in this 76 page packet of fun!

Vocabulary/Definition Flashcards:

flashcards

Adapted Book:

books

Worksheets for matching, writing, sorting, and more!

worksheets from unit

Community Workers Bingo with 2 levels of playing cards:

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I have, Who has? Community Workers Game:

i have who has

Here is the video product preview:

Here is a video tutorial of the adapted book included:


Check it out on TpT!

 

Linking up for Special Needs Sunday 🙂 with the Resource Room Teacher!

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11 Comments

  1. I am going to have to check this unit out for next month! We are going to be beginning transportation and community helpers! I love how you added the tutorial and a video preview too!
    Kate
    https://funinecse.blogspot.com/

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  2. Thank you soo much for linking up! Teaching social studies has always been a challenge for me (maybe because it wasn’t my favorite subject when I was in school? hmm..) but your community workers unit looks great!!

    Ashley
    The Resource Room Teacher

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  3. Thanks for hosting the linky Ashley! I love it! Are you going to do it every month? Love uniting all the special ed peeps! haha

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  4. Thanks Kate! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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  5. I love this! I have gotten really good ideas from your site!

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  6. I love this. We will do community helpers soon. I found you over at Special Needs Sunday!
    Sarah
    I Dream of First Grade

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  7. Thanks 🙂

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  8. Thanks for stopping by Sarah 🙂

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  9. HEY IT’S ME LOCATIONS….

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  10. Hello,

    I am teaching a career exploration class with my students who have autism next year. I would like to incorporate this book into my curriculum. Please let me know how I can get a copy.

    Thank you for your time,
    Heather Botelho

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