It’s so important for kids to know who is working in their community! These Community Workers Dress Up Dolls are a great way to introduce kids to the people of your community.
Whether it’s a firefighter, police officer, nurse, or construction worker – all of these workers are an essential part of how a town or city operates.
One thing children LOVE to talk about is what they want to be when they grow up. These Community Workers Dress Up Dolls activity is an excellent way to discuss occupations.
When you do this craft, spend some time talking about what each community worker does! We love making different Crafts for Kids and learn at the same time (try to make Printable People Quiet Book a make a Paper House My Family Craft).
How to Make Community Workers Dress Up Dolls
What you need:
- Community Workers Dress Up Dolls template (membership library)
Step by Step Tutorial
The first step to this fun craft is to print out the template.
The template can be printed out in black and white or printed out in color.
If you don’t have time to color or your child doesn’t like coloring, it’s nice to have the already color-filled printed version.
You may need to assist the child or student in cutting out the smaller pieces.
However, cutting out the pieces is an excellent way for kids to get experience with cutting!
This is not only fun for kids, but it also gives them a chance to work on their fine motor skills.
Allow your child to spend time dressing up every community member. They will have a blast doing this!
The completed look gives each community worker a real-looking uniform. You and your children will have so much fun figuring it all out. Ask these questions to make the activity even more interesting:
- What do you want to be when you grow up?
- What does each of these community workers do?
- Which community worker job interests you the most right now?