People belong to different communities and work together. (Who is in a…
People belong to different communities and work together.
Adrian: Something you work together with. You need more than one person in a community.
Rachael: When something is wrong you work together to fix the problem.
Nate Wallace: You work together to build houses.
Freya: We help people that are sick.
Nathan: We help each other.
Lexi: We look after each other.
Nate Warner: We be helpful and help everyone know how to eat breakfast.
Sam, Mavin and Michael: Why do police need to use weapons?
Arnie: How do people in the community make homes for dogs? Why do police give you tickets?
Jacob: If someone is hurt you can tell a teacher, and if you don't know what to do, you can ask others for help/.
Kimmy: We need police and fire fighters to keep us safe.
Lake: They look after each other.
Anna: You look after people as a team.
Daniel: A community has a fire engine and a police car and an ambulance.
Samuel: There are not only people in a community. There are also animals like police dogs, horses etc.
Lucie: You take care of people who have no food in their houses and people don't have a house. We can also give them water.
Mavin: How do police see everyone?
Kinds of communities:
Rachael: Helping people who are poor.
Who is in a community?
Chefs and cooks
People who work with animals and insects
Church workers and ministers
Amelia: Communities have houses.
Sam: How come some police officers don't have any money, and why do they have kids?