Rules and Laws Worksheets
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Our printable rules and laws worksheets acquaint children with the guidelines that govern good behavior. A flurry of exercises come together to shape kids into responsible citizens with a keen sense of civic duty. Aside from delineating the differences between rules and laws, this collection also helps learners understand the logic behind them.
Our free rules and laws pdfs are most recommended for kindergarten through grade 5 children.
Brush up on classroom rules that ensure the school day runs as smoothly as possible. Direct kindergarten kids to match each classroom rule to an appropriate picture.
Sift through the set of safety rules featured in this cut-and-glue activity. Instruct kids in grade 1 and grade 2 to match each situation with an appropriate safety rule.
Reinforce the importance of safety rules with yet another exercise, this time directing 1st grade and 2nd grade kids to choose the correct options that complete the rules.
Understanding the context of each scenario and paying attention to the details will help children assess whether the community rules were followed in this rules and laws worksheet.
Put grade 3 and grade 4 learners' grasp of rules and laws to the test with this pdf, where the task is for them to check if the rules make sense and correct them if they don't.
Highlight the line that divides rules and laws in this printable exercise. Focus on the source and the enforcement authorities to get an idea about the nature of the statements.
Shine the spotlight on expected behavior at home and school with this rules and laws pdf that tasks kids with classifying the statements and gluing them where they belong.
Give 3rd grade and 4th grade children a rundown on where rules and laws diverge in this printable worksheet featuring a cut-and-glue activity.
Make children aware of the fact that there are statements that can double up as both rules and laws, as they go about identifying statements as rules, laws, or both.
Here's another matching exercise to add an element of fun to our printable rules and laws worksheets. Pair up the laws with appropriate pictorial representations.
Breaking the law comes with serious consequences, as kids in grade 4 and grade 5 will figure out while identifying the types of laws that get broken in these scenarios.
Get kids to learn lessons for life as they take on this part of our rules and laws worksheets, where they figure out whether each action represents a rule or not.
When a rule or law is broken, rehabilitation efforts are quick to follow. Familiarize 4th grade and 5th grade kids with this fact, as they write the consequences of rule-breaking.
Follow along as Margaret picks up some important lessons about laws and littering in this rules and laws comprehension that also poses a bunch of intriguing questions.