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c. 11-02 KL 1 Communities A Social Studies Unit for Second Grade by Keitha Lyle
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c. 11-02 KL 2 What is a community?
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c. 11-02 KL 3 A COMMUNITY is a place where people: Work Play Live
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c. 11-02 KL 4 Three types of communities are: Urban - a large community with many people and large buildings, a city
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c. 11-02 KL 5 Three types of communities are: Urban - a large community with many people and large buildings, a city Suburb - a medium-sized community near a large city, houses are close together, you may see parks and malls
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c. 11-02 KL 6 Three types of communities are: Urban - a large community with many people and large buildings, a city Suburb - a medium-sized community near a large city, houses are close together, you may see parks and malls Rural -a community where houses are far apart, there are a smaller number of people, and you may see farms and forests
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c. 11-02 KL 7 We live in communities. All communities have places where people live.
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