This week's theme is community helpers and our featured book here on the Virtual Book Club for Kids is Whose Hat Is This? by Sharon Katz Cooper. Community Helpers are such an important thing for kids to discover in our communities and daily lives.
So this week, read, play, create, learn and have fun with our community helpers week and our easy activity plan to do together.
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Whose Hat is This? by Sharon Katz Cooper Virtual Book Club for Kids Featured Book
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Whose Hat Is This?: A Look at Hats Workers Wear - Hard, Tall, and Shiny by Sharon Katz Cooper
This adorable book asks readers to put on their thinking cap and guess whose hat is whose. There are hard hats and soft hats, square hats and round hats. There are even very tall hats. Some workers wear special hats to help them do their jobs.
Your child will learn all about the different hats worn by construction workers, police officers, firefighters, and more. The story provides a great introduction to some important jobs in the community in the form of an occupational guessing game.
Don't have access to the book at your local book store or local library? You can listen to a Read Aloud of Whose Hat is This here on youtube.
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Community Helpers Songs for Preschool
Looking for a fun song for you and your preschooler to sing together all about community helpers? Move and sing together with these hand-picked songs for you to enjoy.
Occupations Song | The Learning Station
When I Grow Up | Super Simple Song
Alphabet Occupations - ABC Jobs Song for Kids | Bounce Patrol
Your child also enjoy this adorable Sesame Street: Heroes in Your Neighborhood Song.
More Community Helper Books for Preschool
- Look for the Helpers by Alexandra Cassel
- Clothesline Clues to Jobs People Do by Kathryn Heling & Deborah Hembrook
- Whose Tools Are These? by Sharon Katz Cooper