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2 c KL1 Communities Edited by Mrs. Martin

3 c KL2 What is a community?

4 c KL3 A COMMUNITY is a place where people:  Work  Play  Live

5 c KL4 Three types of communities are:  Urban - a large community with many people and large buildings; a city

6 c KL5 The city of Syracuse is an example of an urban community.

7 c KL6 Three types of communities are:  Suburb - a medium-sized community near a large city, houses are close together, you may see parks and malls

8 c KL7 Fayetteville is a suburb of Syracuse.

9 c KL8 Three types of communities are:  Rural -a community where houses are far apart, there are a smaller number of people, and you may see farms and forests

10 c KL9 Our town, Vernon is part of a rural community.

11 c KL10 Three types of communities are:  Urban - a large community with many people and large buildings, a city  Suburb - a medium-sized community near a large city, houses are close together, you may see parks and malls  Rural -a community where houses are far apart, there are a smaller number of people, and you may see farms and forests

12 c KL11 We live in communities. AAll communities have places where people live. HHomes are different in different communities. UUrban communities may have high rise apartments and town houses. These home are close together there is not a lot of open spaces or yards.

13 c KL12 We live in communities. AAll communities have places where people live. HHomes are different in different communities. SSuburbs may have houses with lawns but with close neighbors. There may also be apartment buildings.

14 c KL13 We live in communities. AAll communities have places where people live. HHomes are different in different communities. RRural areas may have houses that are farther apart, on large areas of land with trees.

15 c KL14 We work in communities.  All communities have places to work.  Different communities have different jobs.  Urban communities may have office workers, store clerks, taxi drivers.

16 c KL15 We work in communities.  All communities have places to work.  Different communities have different jobs.  Suburban communities may have many of the same jobs as in an urban community. Many times people who live in a suburb will drive or commute to a city to work. Many jobs in the suburbs are service jobs: jobs that help the people who live in the suburbs

17 c KL16 Service jobs you may find in suburb. Nurses, doctors, teachers, waiter/waitress, postal worker, police officer and more!

18 c KL17 We work in communities.  All communities have places to work.  Different communities have different jobs.  Rural communities may have farmers. It may also have more service type jobs. There may also be people who drive to a city, or suburb to work from the rural community.

19 c KL18 We work in communities.  All communities have places to work.  Different communities have different jobs.  Urban communities may have office workers, store clerks, taxi drivers, and factory workers.  Suburban communities have many service type jobs.  Rural communities may have farmers. It also has service type jobs. Can you add some?

20 c KL19 We play in communities.  All communities have places to play.  Different communities have different places to play.  Urban communities may have a large central park or an indoor gym.

21 c KL20 We play in communities.  All communities have places to play.  Different communities have different places to play.  Suburban communities may have neighborhood parks with playgrounds and baseball teams.

22 c KL21 We play in communities.  All communities have places to play.  Different communities have different places to play.  Rural communities may have community parks and fields or county fairs.

23 c KL22 We play in communities.  All communities have places to play.  Different communities have different places to play.  Urban communities may have a large central park or an indoor gym.  Suburban communities may have neighborhood parks with playgrounds and baseball teams.  Rural communities may have community parks and fields or county fairs. Where do you play?

24 c KL23 A COMMUNITY is a place where people: WWork PPlay LLive

25 c KL24 Transportation The movement of goods or people from one place to another.

26 c KL25 Forms of transportation There are many different forms of transportation. Can you name some?

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28 c KL27 Population The number of people who live in an area

29 c KL28 Pie Charts Pie charts are circle shaped graphs, look like a pie Pie charts or graphs are often used to help us view information in social studies. They are especially helpful when looking at population.

30 c KL29 Here is a sample pie chart about Lunch.

31 c KL30 Pie charts can be used to show change. Notice the difference between a regular lunch day and pizza day.

32 c KL31 Location Location refers to where people live For example the location of your home is either Vernon or Vernon Center

33 c KL32 Questions: What are three characteristics that define a community? How is a Rural community different from an Urban community? How are they the same? What might you see in a Suburb? Can you name an example of an Urban community? A Rural community? A Suburb?


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