Preschool Community & Cultures Worksheets and Printables

Our preschool community & cultures worksheets and printables will help your kid grow familiar with his neighborhood. He'll learn what different street signs mean and get to know the various community helpers who make sure the community runs smoothly. There are also a couple printables that introduce different cultures your child might not have encountered yet. The earlier you expose your kid to cultural differences, the more likely he is to be comfortable with them later on. Check out our community & cultures printables for preschoolers and find a few for your curious kid.
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Map Your Neighborhood Map Your Neighborhood Have some outdoor fun with your preschooler, and use these colorful cut-outs to map your neighborhood!
Near and Far Near and Far Build spatial awareness in your youngster, and practice telling what's near and far from your home!
Help the Garbage Truck Driver! Help the Garbage Truck Driver! Put your child's navigational skills to the test with this maze to help Samantha the Garbage Truck Driver get to the dump!
Encourage your little one to express herself with this fun-filled collection of worksheets, focusing on me, myself and I.
All About Me! 7 Preschool Printables Encourage your little one to express herself with this fun-filled collection of worksheets, focusing on me, myself and I.
My Phone Number My Phone Number Can your preschooler recite his phone number?
My Address My Address Help your preschooler learn how to write her address with this fun envelope template!
My Home My Home Encourage your preschooler to build a great sense of ME with this fun worksheet, all about her home.
Street Sign Savvy Street Sign Savvy This worksheet will help your preschooler spot the difference between three different kinds of signs commonly seen around town.
Resource: Paper Resource: Paper What's an envelope made of? Is it made of paper or something else?
Wants vs. Needs Wants vs. Needs Kids may think they need candy and video games, but parents know better.
Job-Object Matching Game Job-Object Matching Game Test your student's understanding of what professionals need in their jobs.
What is a Service Job? What is a Service Job? This social studies worksheet helps your child think critically about the different jobs people have and what they do in those jobs.
Resource: Water Resource: Water Water isn't just for drinking! What else do we use water for?
My Librarian My Librarian Give your child a love of reading with this worksheet that allows them to draw their favorite book and a picture of themselves at the library!
Things that Use Electricity Things that Use Electricity Where do we use electricity? Use this worksheet to teach your child what everyday things use electricity to function.
Wants and Needs Wants and Needs Is candy something you want or something your body needs?
Our preschool community & cultures worksheets and printables will help your kid grow familiar with his neighborhood. He'll learn what different street signs mean and get to know the various community helpers who make sure the community runs smoothly. There are also a couple printables that introduce different cultures your child might not have encountered yet. The earlier you expose your kid to cultural differences, the more likely he is to be comfortable with them later on. Check out our community & cultures printables for preschoolers and find a few for your curious kid.