Goods & Services

This topic Mini-Research Web Page was developed for
Mrs. Galbraith Kindergarten Class at Clyattville Elementary School
Designed By Jessica Parks, a Valdosta State University Preservice Teacher


goods and servcies




fireman
Which workers are providing good or services?  This website lets you pick if the workers are providing a good or service.
police
Do you know about goods and service careers ?  You will be able to learn about the different careers of those poeple who have goods and service jobs.
postman
Can you learn something new about goods and service from a quiz?  On this website, you will take a quiz after reading about goods and services to see what you learned from your reading.
doctor
Can you use money to by goods and service?  This website allows students to work with money and to see how they would use money to by goods and services.



You Provide the Service... We'll Provide the Rest
    Pretend that you are not a student anymore.  You now have a service career.  After learning about goods and services, you know that two very useful service careers are a fireman and a policeman.  These jobs are very important because they help keep people safe.  Pretend that you are either a fireman or a policeman.  Think about what each one of these workers do at their jobs.  Look at the Community Club website to see a list of what fireman and police do on the job. After you choose which career you want to have, draw a picture of what that worker does at his or her job. 
Steps to Complete Real World Activity
  1. Look at the Community Club website to review what task policemen and firemen do at their jobs.
  2. Pretend you are either a policeman or a fireman.
  3. Draw a picture of the service the policeman or the fireman provides to the community.
  4. Turn in your picture to the teacher when you are finshed.  Be sure to explain your picture to him or her.
  5. Your teacher will put your completed picture assignment on the Internet, so be sure to do a great job!


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