Get your students up and moving using these Women in the Civil War Station Rotations. Students will take an inquiry stance-- all stations help students answer the essential question, "How did the Civil War Challenge and Change the Role of Women & Notion of Womanhood in American Society?”
Bet you didn't know that windshield wipers were invented by a WOMAN! Mary Anderson came up with the idea in the early 1900s -- a time when women were often not viewed as capable of scientific ideas. Let's hear it for those women who were pioneers in their fields!!!
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Power-Up your classroom with BYTES Power Smarts! In this fourteenth adventure, join Pixel as she stows away in Al's camera and travels to The Star-Spangled Banner Flag House in Baltimore, Maryland. This story is about Mary Pickersgill and how she made the large garrison flag that flew over Ft. Mc
Informative Research and Writing: Rachel Carson
Students research and write an informative composition on the scientist and author Rachel Carson! An informative reading passage, note taking outline, and blank writing page is included in this purchase. Multiple Common Core Standards and TEKS for 5th
Looking for an extension project for Women's History Month? This product includes a list of women, from the past and the present, along with a graphic organizer for students to put their findings. This presentation is perfect to upload to your Google Classroom for online completion, or you can print
In this activity, students divide using two digit divisors while learning facts about the author of Harry Potter. After completing their math worksheets, students practice their writing skills with an informational paragraph on their subject. The secret subjects have been chosen specifically for 5th
Thirteen printable pages of scrambled words to use during Women’s History Month (March), words like: science, justice, equality, education, freedom, slavery, voting, choice, music, acting, rights, bravery, wisdom, and more. Learn about Rosa Parks, Sally Ride, Amelia Earhart, Jane Goodall, Maya Ang
Looking for a strong African American female voice on Abolition, Equality, and women's rights in the Civil War Era? You have found the right lady. Meet Mary Ann Shadd Cary, a kick butt African American female abolitionist, lawyer, writer, and activist who deserves to be spotlighted and studied in
Students explore plot, characters and themes from the movie “Red Sparrow”. Students chart the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action and denouement of the movie. Students compare and contrast the two main characters (Dominika Egorova and Nate Nash). Students investigate the ethics of t
Use this"Guide for Response to Think Piece" after guided or independent reading of "Hermione Granger, Louisa May Alcott, and the 19th Amendment" (included). CCSS based as well as satisfying Project/Performance Based Learning.
Anne Frank kept a diary from June 12, 1942, to August 1, 1944. Initially, she wrote it strictly for herself. Then, one day in 1944, a member of the Dutch government in exile, announced that after the war, accounts of the suffering of the Dutch people under German occupation would be made available