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A rule that tells people how to behave in their communities is a ______.
A rule that tells people how to behave in their communities is a law.
Which of the following is an example of a law? A. buying a gift B. wearing a seat belt C. wearing a party hat D. planting an apple tree
B. wearing a seat belt
Why are laws important to a community? A. Laws make a community bigger. B. Laws help people live together safely. C. Laws tell leaders what their community needs. D. Laws let people have more fun.
B. Laws help people live together safely.
Think about your community. What laws does it have?
Maybe there is a law about waiting for the walk light before crossing the street. That law lets people who are driving and walking share the street safely. There might also be a law against littering, to keep your community clean.
In what ways are the rules in your school like the rules in your community?
The rules in school and laws in the community are alike because they should be followed and they help people live and work together safely and fairly.
What is a rural community? A. It is a large city with many people and buildings. B. It is a community near a city, but not as crowded. C. It is a small community surrounded by farms or open land. D. It is a community with many offices and shops.
C. It is a small community surrounded by farms or open land
Which is the best description of a suburb? A. A suburb has zoos. B. A suburb has banks and open land. C. A suburb has no restaurants and many schools. D. A suburb has things that cities have but not as many people.
In what ways are communities different?
Some communities are larger than others. Some have different laws.
What community do you live in?
How are urban and rural areas different?
Urban areas have many buildings. Rural areas have open land.
What do citizens do? A. help their communities B. follow rules and laws C. choose their leaders D. all of the above
What is a citizen?
A citizen is an official member of a community, state, or country.
Citizens in the United State choose their ________.
Citizens in the United States choose their leaders.
What kind of people may live in a community?
Families with children, young and old people, people from foreign countries.
Give two examples of ways in which a citizen can help his or her community?
A citizen can obey rules and laws. A citizen can help choose community leaders.
What does population mean? A. the number of cities B. the number of streets in a city C. the number of buildings in a city D. the number of people who live in an area
What is a community?
A community is a place where people live, work and play together.
What kind of community does not have many stores, schools, or banks? A. a city B. a suburb C. a rural area D. an urban area
C. a rural area
What is another name for city land and spaces?
An urban area is another name for city land and spaces.
People who live near a big city live in A. the suburbs B. rural areas C. urban areas D. Atlanta
A. the suburbs
Make your wager
How is students choosing a leader for their school group like citizens choosing leaders to make laws?
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