Who am I Community Helpers Matching Task Card Game

By: Having A Fields Day

Students will love playing this Who Am I Community Helpers Matching Task Card Game that is all about Community Helpers!


Community Helpers Matching Task Card Game
Who am I Community Helpers Matching Task Card Game


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Who am I Community Helpers Matching Task Card Game

Students love learning about community helpers! Add to your community helpers unit with this set that can be played two different way. Students who are able to read the cards could use the set as task cards where they read the clues and match the picture OR play this as a classroom game where each student gets a picture card to bring to the teacher when their hints are read aloud. To ensure longevity, I recommend printing the cards on 8.5 x 11 cardstock and laminating after cutting.

Included in this Community Helpers Who am I Matching Task Card Game:

👨‍⚕️ 24 Who Am I printable cards (I highly recommend printing on cardstock for extended use)

👨‍⚕️ Answer Key

How to use this resource:

✔️Print all cards

✔️ Cut apart along dashed lines

✔️Play in small groups, one-on-one or with a co-op classroom. 

✔️ Go out in your community and look for places where community helpers work. Schedule a field trip to learn more about community helpers and what they do!

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