Community Needs: Meeting Needs and Wants in Communities

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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This engaging, age-appropriate set is designed to meet the early childhood social studies curriculum, where students learn about themselves and their community and what makes their community similar to and different from communities across the United States. By taking a kid-friendly Who's Who approach to different kinds of communities, these books teach students about the people who work to make each community a success. There are things that people need to survive and things that they want to make life enjoyable. This book explains the difference and shows how needs and wants may be met. From food, clothing, and shelter to museums, police officers, and swimming pools, kids will learn how people in communities work to make sure that everybody gets a share of what they need and want.
 

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Contents

Community Needs and Wants
4
Making and Doing
10
A Place to Call Home
16
Coming Together
22
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