Did you like my Community Helper Emergent Reader Coloring Pages? Many of my readers have really enjoyed it, so make sure to check it out if you haven’t seen it!
Today, I have another community helper-themed printable for you that I hope you and your kids love, too: Community Helpers Handwriting Practice!
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Materials for Community Helpers Handwriting Practice
- Pen, pencil, marker or crayon.
What’s in the Printable PDF File?
The printable has a total of 9 pages and includes 6 different handwriting practice pages. I’ve included the following community helpers: firefighter, police officer, nurse, doctor, mail carrier, and teacher.
For each community helper profession, there’s a cute clip art image and the profession name in regular print, a tracing font with directional arrows and numbers, and a tracing fonts with no arrows. In addition, there are two blank writing lines for practicing the words on each page.
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Like the clip art?
Looking for more handwriting activities? Try these!
Teddy Bear Writing Practice from The Educators’ Spin on It
How to Teach a Child to Hold a Pencil Correctly from Sight and Sound Reading
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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