Identify characteristics of the different types of communities (urban, rural, suburban) with a cut-and-paste sorting worksheet.
What Are the Different Types of Communities?
This cut-and-paste worksheet is a simple yet effective way to help your students differentiate between urban, rural and suburban areas. Students are given a set of ten characteristics to cut out and read. These are a mix of words, statements and pictures that relate to each specific community. The goal is for students to take what they know about each community type and apply it to match the correct characteristics.
Rural, Suburban or Urban?
This resource will help your students understand:
- What is a community?
- What does urban mean?
- What is a rural area?
- What is a suburban area?
- What is the difference between urban and suburban communities?
- What is the difference between urban and rural communities?
Easily Prepare This Resource for Your Students
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This resource was created by Bellamy Taylor-Pines, a Teach Starter collaborator.