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Kindergarten Activities for a Police Officer Unit

by Paula Sienna
Most kindergarten students love role-playing activities and idolizing heroes. Engaging youngsters in such activities as part of a police study unit can be a fun and creative way to combine these passions into a compelling learning experience. Using a combination of crafts, games and hands-on project...
  • Trisha Webster

    Kindergarten Activities for a Police Officer Unit

  • Stephanie Dauber

    Maybe it's the snazzy blue uniform, the shiny gold badge or the flashing red lights on police cars, but there's definitely something that keeps so many youngsters fascinated with police officers.

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