My Neighborhood – Where Do You Live? Worksheet Activity
Read this information about neighborhoods. Think about the meanings of the words in bold type.
What do you see when you look out your windows at home? Do you see tall buildings and busy streets? Or do you see trees and grass? Is your home an apartment in a big city? Or is it a house away from the city?
Whether you live in a city or town, you live in a neighborhood. Your neighborhood is the streets around your house or apartment building. If you live in an apartment building, you have many neighbors. If you live in a house, your neighbors live in the nearest house.
What can you tell about your neighborhood? What is the name of the street where you live? Are there stores and offices near your home? Do you walk to school? Or do you take the bus to a school in another neighborhood? Is there a park or playground in your neighborhood?
WORKSHEET & Sample PDF Activity
Sample PDF Activity
Some neighborhoods are like a small city. Everything people need is there. In a city neighborhood, families can walk to a restaurant. They walk to the post office and the library. Some neighborhoods only have houses. In these neighborhoods, people drive their cars everywhere they need to go.
What can you learn about your neighborhood? If you don’t have a map of your neighborhood, you can make one. What streets and places would you put on the map?
Home Is a Neighborhood, page 1 worksheet
- Write the name of a street in your neighborhood.
- Who are your neighbors?
Home Is a Neighborhood, page 2 worksheet
My new _ is on the second floor.
The Garcias are my new .
There are many tall _ here.
My parents work in close by.
I can walk to the to mail my letters.
The Pizza Spot is my favorite .
I have tried the swings on the .
I like my new _ . Please come visit soon!
Draw a picture of your neighborhood. Write the street name where you live. Write the names of some of the places there.
Home Is a Neighborhood Answer Key
Labels: top row—apartment, buildings; bottom row—restaurant, post office, offices, playground 1.–2. Answers will vary.
Children draw a picture of their neighborhood.
Children write their street name.
Children write the names of some of the places in their neighborhood.