Community Helper Graphing Game

I’m a little obsessed with printable graphing games right now, and thankfully E really enjoys them, too. This Superhero Graphing Game was the first one I made.

Next came this Roll Graphing Game. My focus when I made it was to give her a reason to practice writing numbers, and I kept it very simple, but she still had great fun with it and considers it an awesome game.

Today, I have a Community Helper Graphing Game for you! It uses a custom die, and it was so much fun to play!

 

Printable Math Games for Kids: Learn and practice simple math concepts with this cute Community Helper Graphing Game! Fun and engaging for preschoolers and kindergarteners.

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Materials for Community Helper Graphing Game

 

What’s in the Printable PDF File?

The printable has 5 pages. You need to print two of them: One page is the game board where you graph the rolls, and the other page has a custom die template.

I’ve used the following community helper images: Firefighter, police officer, construction worker, doctor, teacher, and mail carrier.

 

Printable Math Games for Kids: Learn and practice simple math concepts with this cute Community Helper Graphing Game! Fun and engaging for preschoolers and kindergarteners.

 

How to prepare the printable:

Print the game board and the custom die template on heavy paper. Cut out the die template at the black lines. Fold at the dashed lines, add some glue to the tabs, and put the die together. Add some manipulatives to play the game.

 

Printable Math Games for Kids: Learn and practice simple math concepts with this cute Community Helper Graphing Game! Fun and engaging for preschoolers and kindergarteners.

 

How to play:

Roll the custom die and record your rolls by covering a square on the game board with a manipulative. Alternatively, you could use markers to mark the squares. Keep going until you reach the top of the board game. Make sure to cheer on your favorite community helper! {I thought the teacher was going to be E’s favorite, but right now, she wants to be a doctor when she grows up, so that’s her favorite 🙂 }

Talk about which community helper is in the lead or lagging behind. Count how many times you’ve rolled a certain image. Will the outcome be different next time you play this game? Why?

 

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Like the clip art?

My Community Helpers Emergent Reader Coloring Pages and Community Helpers Sight Word Puzzles use the same one.

 

Are you working on a community helper unit study? Here are some more activities for you:

Spanish Community Helpers Printable Pack from Look! We’re Learning!

Teaching Children to Appreciate Community Helpers from Crafty Mama in ME

How Kids Can Help In The Community from Play Dough & Popsicles

Fire Station Tour from Something 2 Offer

Community Service Books from The Jenny Evolution

Community Helpers in the UK from Tales of Education at Home

Community Helper Learning Toys from Brain Power Boy

Community Helper SuDoKu from Royal Baloo

Community Helper Game from Schooling a Monkey

 

 

And here are some community helper resources from Amazon!

Learn about different professions with these self-correcting 3-piece puzzles: Match It! Who Am I?

Learn many details about each community helper profession and career with these Community Helpers & Careers Pocket Flash Cards!

Are you familiar with Safari Ltd. toobs? They’re all fabulous, and this Everyday Heroes Toob is no different!

Need a book? Clothesline Clues to Jobs People Do is a cute look at the clothes community workers wear and other items they use for their jobs.

 

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