Community Helpers at Work

Doctors, librarians, police officers, and other community helpers are an
important part of cities and towns around the world. Readers are introduced to
these helpful men and women as they discover age-appropriate and achievable
texts that detail what these jobs are and how community helpers interact with
the people they serve. Familiar examples are presented alongside new information
about these careers, including what tools and technology they require, who helps
them do their jobs, and where they work. As readers explore the engaging
narratives and colorful photographs, they are inspired to think about their
future careers.
Each Book Contains:

• New vocabulary words that are bolded
in the text and defined in an easy-to-read glossary

• An index that includes
important words to help readers learn to use this valuable text feature

Photographs that closely correspond to the text to encourage the development of
reading comprehension skills
Curriculum Connections:

• Text is closely
aligned to C3 Framework for Social Studies

• Readers are introduced to the
concepts of services provided by community helpers and how they meet the needs
of their community, fulfilling a basic part of elementary social studies

• Readers are encouraged to use photographs, glossary, table of
contents, and index to practice obtaining information from features outside of
the main body text

Product type: Classroom Collection
ISBN: 978-1-5026-5831-9
Copyright: 2021
Reading Level: Grades 1-2
Interest Level: Grades K-2
Dimensions: 7" x 7"