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💡Skills: Asking questions and talking about community heroes helps your child understand your community and build empathy for others. Taking turns helps your child learn about self-control.
There are so many people who help us every day — from doctors and nurses to police officers to bus drivers to librarians! These are the people who keep us safe and healthy, help us get around, and make our community work. Let’s play a game and think about our community heroes!
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Here’s how to explain this activity to your child:
If your child needs a bigger challenge, create a community hero book with one page for each hero. Draw a picture of the hero and write about how the hero helps people! If you have a younger child, pick one community hero and talk about what he does and how he helps your family and community.
Get up and do the “climb the ladder” dance with the Bubble Guppies, celebrate bus drivers by singing along with our friends at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan, and print to play our community heroes guessing game!
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