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Communities (2nd grade)

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Heidi Hilliard

on 15 October 2015

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Transcript of Communities (2nd grade)

A rural community is out in the country. The houses and buildings are not close together. Farmers grow their crops & raise cattle, sheep, pigs, and so on in the rural areas. There is lots of room to run & play!
An urban community is a big city. There are tall buildings that are very close together. Many people live in apartment buildings and have no backyards so children would stay indoors a lot or play in a neighborhood park.
The suburban areas are usually smaller cities outside of the big cities. Many houses & businesses can be found in the suburbs. Families have yards to play & children go to schools in their neighborhoods.

Rural = living in or characteristic of farming or country life
Low population density
Less access to services
Urban = a city
High population density
People migrate to urban areas in search of employment or services
Often centers for learning
Suburban = a residential district located on the outskirts of a city
Residential/detached housing
People usually commute to their jobs
People usually settle in different kinds of communities because of employment, quality of life, access to services, and cost of living etc.

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