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People Who Help Us Colouring Sheets - People Who Help Us, colouring, fine motor skills, poster, worksheet, Doctor, Nurse, Teacher, Police, Fire fighter, Paramedic, Builder, Caretaker, Lollipop, Traffic Warden, Lunchtime supervisor, vet, postman

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  • Oct 9th

    great words games' reminder

  • Sep 5th


  • May 22nd

    Follow up activity after circle time presentation and discussion

  • May 20th

    showing both genders can do any jobs!!!!

  • May 6th

    for activity after the role play.

  • Apr 7th

    Starter sessions physical development, pencil control

  • Mar 24th

    for careers day just what I need thank you

  • Mar 16th


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  • Feb 21st

    EYFS Emergency services theme
    Thank you

  • Dec 21st

    topic resources

  • Nov 4th


  • Oct 11th

    We are covering People who help us in our community at the moment

  • Sep 4th

    Social studies. Helping kids discuss how we help one another in town

  • Jul 19th

    For our 'People who help us' topic.

    • Jul 19th

      Hi rosielee76,
      Thank you very much for taking the time to comment - we really appreciate it!

  • Jun 30th

    police training day

    • Jun 30th

      Hi debbiscobell,
      Thanks for commenting! Hope your training day goes well :)

  • Jun 23rd

    To support current topic at Nursery and reception - 'people who help us'

    • Jun 23rd

      Hi mphilp,
      Thank you so much for your feedback! :)

  • Jun 14th

    To tie in with our visit to the fire station and broader People Who Help Us theme.

    • Jun 15th

      Hi ChildminderJackie,
      That's a great idea - thanks for letting others know! :)

  • Jun 5th

    to support the people who help us lesson

    • Jun 5th

      Sounds like a brilliant use for this resource tasha89123! Thanks for your comment!

  • May 30th

    to support people who help us - deliveries topic

  • May 27th

    support a lesson

  • May 18th

    Colouring for under 2s

  • Apr 26th


  • Apr 19th

    A great addition to my `Fire fighter` life skills lesson

  • Mar 8th

    Childminder - used due our months topic is people who help us

  • Mar 1st

    Perfect!! I was needing it for my 5yr old boy.. he loved the activity!!

  • Feb 22nd

    very useful for special needs pupils to colour

  • Feb 22nd

    brilliant thank you it will be useful for our careers awareness day with special needs students

  • Feb 3rd

    to teach children about my job

  • Jan 20th

    term topis nursery activity

  • Jan 13th

    Display promoting trust

  • Jan 11th

    A people who help us display board

  • Jan 11th

    to use with my son for a homework project

  • Jan 7th

    Discussing special people who help us with KS1 and for display purposes.

  • Jan 7th

    continuous provision

  • Jan 6th

    continuous provision

  • Jan 6th

    continuous provision

  • Jan 2nd

    Individual colouring tasks

  • Sep 18th

    My pre entry learners, to help them recognise the jobs people do around them.

  • Feb 27th

    Enlarged them to help make our display

People Who Help Us Colouring Sheets

People Who Help Us Colouring Sheets - This handy set of colouring sheets gives your children the opportunity to practise their colouring and fine motor skills, as well as giving them something lovely to take home with them or put up on display. Great for increasing familiarity with this topic and perfect for wet play!
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