Discuss what it means to provide service to the community. It means that you volunteer, or give your time to help others. Give students examples of ways that they can provide service, including volunteering/visiting a nursing home, recycling/picking up garbage, donating to a homeless shelter, volunteering at an animal shelter, donating food or old clothing, and volunteering at a soup kitchen. Be sure to emphasize to the class that the most important thing that they are giving is their time. The great thing is that you don't need to have any money or extra "things" to be able to share your time and skills with the community. Contrast these things with some examples of ways in which people don't give service to the community, like crime, vandalism, and littering. Ask students to drag the given activities to the boxes of "community service" and "not community service." Have the students read the passage and then decide which community service they could provide to help out. Have students turn and talk to their partners. How do they already give service in their community? How would they like to give service in their community?