Being a Good Citizen

Being a Good Citizen


[music] Abby: These second graders
are citizens of their school, which means they follow rules and they’re responsible
for certain jobs. And today
they’re going to show me what it means to be
a citizen in their school. Are you guys ready
to take action? [in unison] Yeah. Being a good citizen means taking care
of your classroom. [music] This is the list that tells all of the jobs
in our classroom. We carry the lunch boxes
to the lunch room. [music] Citizenship means
taking care of the planet. [in unison] We carry it out
to the recycle bin. [lmusic] Abby: Bill, what are you
doing here, pal? Bill: I’m sad and I have
no one to play with. Abby: Oh.
Bill: I’m hoping someone can ask us to play. Abby: Oh. You guys–you want to
come and play with us? Bill: Sure.
Abby: Yeah? Bill: Let’s go. Abby: One of the ways
that you guys can be good citizens of your schools– if you clean up your parks
and your playgrounds. So are we ready to do that? [in unison] Yeah. Abby: First things first,
let’s put on some gloves. Okay? [children chatter] Abby: One for you. [music] Abby: Here we go, buddy. [music] Abby: There you go.
Good job. Excellent.
Oh, my gosh. Good job. Thanks, Taylor. I’ll take that,
buddy. Thank you. What did we do today? We helped pick up trash. Abby: Yeah. And why is it important
to pick up trash? Because–
to keep our earth safe.

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