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Community Helpers Printable Craft

Teach your kids more about different occupations by doing this fun community helpers printable craft. 

Whether during times of turmoil or peace, we think it’s a great idea to teach the rising generation of children all about the people who help keep our community running smoothly.

People like firefighters, police officers, doctors and more.

All of these hard workers serve us, the community, in countless ways. Teach them all about community helpers, then make this simple toilet roll community helpers craft!

Community Helpers Printable Craft

Community helpers | Teach your kids about the professions of community helpers with this fun and easy activity that kids love!

Even if you don’t have many craft supplies on hand, this craft is easy enough with just simple supplies!

It’s perfect for teaching your kids about jobs, citizenship and working together.

It’s so simple to do and virtually mess-free (I hesitate to say completely because kids can make a mess of anything, am I right?).

There are just a few things you need to complete this activity.

You can purchase the entire set instantly below.

Materials:

Directions:

Print out the community helpers that you want to make into tp dolls. There are male and female versions of every occupation.

Cut out each doll.

Place tape along the backside of the doll paper and starting at one side, secure to the toilet paper roll.

That’s it! So simple, right?

Free Printable Police Officer Dolls

If you want to try this craft out before you buy, simply enter your email below and you’ll receive the male and female police officer printables for free.

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JANET CASTELLANOS

Wednesday 15th of September 2021

Would love to try this with our class

Sam

Thursday 16th of September 2021

Of course! All you need to do is enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the freebie link sent to you 🙂

Matt

Tuesday 15th of October 2019

Looks like an amazing idea for a fun craft. Would love to try a sample

Sam T

Wednesday 16th of October 2019

There’s a form at the end of the post that you can enter your email in and then the link will be sent to you ?

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