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Designed with third and fourth graders in mind, this biography project resource includes materials for students to use while conducting research, as well as materials for the presentation of their final writing piece, in a Biography Lapbook. To complete this project, students:• read biographies,•
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Hidden Figures: Young Readers' Edition by Margot Lee ShetterlyThis resource is for the wonderful book, Hidden Figures, that tells the stories of African American women who worked as mathematicians for NASA. There are comprehension questions for each chapter. The questions can be used for whole group
This newly updated product is a unit on the life of Bessie Coleman, the first African-American female pilot and is part of my Famous African-Americans Biography Series Bundle. It includes a biography, comprehension questions for deep thinking, and 20 activities! Everything you need is here! This
!! PLEASE VIEW THE PREVIEW FOR A SNAPSHOT OF THE PRODUCT !!This stunning 19-slide introductory presentation will take your students through introductory material on Pakistan, women's rights in the Middle East, the Pakistani Taliban, and Malala Yousafzai. Use this as an introductory lesson for either
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Literary nonfiction is an important genre for students. This trifold biography study focuses on the book Who was Amelia Earhart? by Kate Boehm Jerome. This book tells the story of Earhart's life in a fun and engaging format all students will enjoy, and the trifolds and flipbook included in this bun
This newly updated product is a mini unit on the life of Sarah Breedlove Walker, also known as Madame C. J. Walker, the first female American millionaire. It is part of my Famous African-Americans mini biography series. This unit can stand alone with the included biography or can incorporate the
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Learn about Dr. Temple Grandin, "The Girl Who Thought in Pictures" with these fun reading activities. Read about Temple Grandin's story and her life with autism. Also included isa character graphic organizer, a flip book comprehension activity, writing prompts, and more. This resource can be used a
This activity is accompanies the story The Doctor With An Eye for Eyes: The Story of Dr. Patricia Bath. In this product you will find 8 writing task cards that require the students to make a text-to-self connection with the story. You will also find dotted-lined writing paper for primary students
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Students LOVE to choose a Famous Woman to research and learn more about. This Women's History Month project guides students in a simple research report that must be at least 3 paragraphs. Students can either do online research or read a biography book to complete this project. There are 2 options in
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This nonfiction unit is a great resource to use during the celebration of Women’s History. It was created to provide students with multiple, engaging, hands-on opportunities to learn about:Women’s HistoryAmelia EarhartDiana NyadEunice Kennedy ShriverGabrielle GiffordsHillary ClintonJane AddamsJuana
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*PART OF A BUNDLE*Narrative NonfictionThese narrative nonfiction GOOGLE FORMS are exit tickets for four books that address main idea, theme, and characterization. You might also like:What is Narrative NonfictionThe House That Jane BuiltCatching the MoonThe Man Who Walked Between the TowersRosa: Main
Perfect for Black History Month, this literature guide for the picture book Pies From Nowhere introduces students to Georgia Gilmore, a hidden figure of the civil rights movement and how she helped sustain the Montgomery Bus Boycott by selling pies and cakes. Great for Guided Reading, independent
This product is a mini unit on the life of Thurgood Marshall, the first African American Supreme Court Justice. It is part of my Famous African-Americans mini biography series. It includes a biography, comprehension questions, vocabulary cards along with 15 different activities to choose from AND a
This literature guide is to accompany the picture book biography, The Tree Lady: The True Story of How One Tree-Loving Woman Changed a City Forever, written by H. Joseph Hopkins, published by Beach Lane Books, 2013. For kindergarten – 3rd grades, this Common Core aligned guide delivers lesson plan
This is a bundled set of guided biographies for six amazing women: Clara Barton, Amelia Earhart, Helen Keller, Sacagawea, Mother Teresa, and Laura Ingalls Wilder. Each one of these is listed separately but you save more than a third of the cost when buying the bundled set. Please check the preview
This product includes everything you need to teach the novel Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly. Includes:- Before Reading Blurb Activity- 24 Chapter Guides with Answer Keys- 4 Quizzes with Answer Keys- Final Project Menu with Scoring Rubric- Plot Diagram- Character Graphic Organizer- 4 GLAD Exp
Famous American Research: 8 Themed note-taking forms with guiding questions and 8 themed writing pages for student-created biography/summary. Includes Neil Armstrong, Mary McLeod Bethune, Elizabeth Blackwell, Dr. Daniel Hale, Lyndon B. Johnson, Paul Revere, Sally Ride, and Theodore Roosevelt. All
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I Could Do That! by Linda Arms White Journeys: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Fourth Grade Unit 5 Lesson 22 This Study Guide includes: Spelling Vocabulary: Glossary/Dictionary Comprehension/Answer Key Posters: Big Idea, Essential Question, Genre, Idioms. . . Review Activities Writing Activities Revise
Here is a simple form for your students to research and write a biography. We use this in my First Grade class for Black History Month! Enjoy and please remember to leave feedback! Thanks, Heidi Martin
Dive into the lives of 100 heroic women in this new book, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, through this how-to guide for close reading. This companion is intended to help students examine the lives and history surrounding some women who changed the world. Put a new spin on the biography genre and
BLACK HISTORY MONTH ACTIVITIES Rosa Parks is a famous Black American well known for her important role in the civil rights movement. Students can learn more about her biography from this PowerPoint and additional activities.In this unit:- Rosa Parks PowerPoint- Snapshot graphic organizer - Prior Kno
Introduce your young learners to the leaders who opened up new opportunities for women and meet your TEKS standards (listed below) with Ten Texas Women (20th Century Trailblazers). Featured Women:Bessie Coleman, Stunt-Flying AviatrixCarrie Marcus Neiman, Southern Style-SetterBabe Didrikson Zaharias,
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This is a splendid book about civil rights literature for children! It is a wonderful blend of images and text creating a picture of a true hero. This is a book deserving of study and contemplation. It is told from Hamer’s perspective in a lyrical conversational story. Voice of Freedom: Fannie L
Help bring alive Helen Keller and her amazing life with this student journal that includes interpretive comprehension questions and skill based activities. This 56 page journal includes many graphic organizers, constructed response questions and a week's worth of activities. This journal can be used

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