Early Learning Resources EYFS & KS1 People who help us primary teaching resources

People Who Help Us

Here you will find a collection of teaching resources celebrating the various ‘people who help us’, such as teachers, doctors and firefighters. This collection includes ‘people who help us’ flashcards, labels, role-play masks, bingo and domino cards, photo packs and display posters. They are ideal to use in games, activities and classroom displays as part of your ‘people who help us’ topic in your primary school or early years setting.

You may also be interested in our doctor’s surgery, hospital, fire station and police station role-play sections as well as our people who help us planning section.

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Complete The Pattern Worksheets – People Who Help Us

Construction Themed Photo Pack

Editable People Who Help Us

Emergency Services photo pack

Emergency Services Photo Pack


Emergency Vehicles Rulers


Occupations Display Banner


People Who Help Us Alphabet Puzzle

People Who Help Us Banner

People Who Help Us Bingo

Book list

People Who Help Us Book List


People Who Help Us Bunting


People Who Help Us Counting Game


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