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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
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Are you looking for BLACK HISTORY MONTH close reading passages? These eighteen non-fiction text dependent passages are perfect for Black History Month in February! If you're looking for a way to incorporate social studies with reading, and a variety of people, this study is perfect. The passage and
Spring fever hitting hard this March? The last thing you want to be doing when you are feeling sick is worrying about planning for a sub, but we all know that having a substitute teacher can often be more work than actually coming in! The goal of this sub plan pack is to alleviate some of the stress
Spring showers got you feeling a little under the weather? The last thing you want to be doing is worrying about planning for a sub, but we all know that having a substitute teacher can often be more work than actually coming in…even when you’re sick! The goal of this sub plan pack is to alleviate s
I created this for my students to go along with our Black History month unit. They love creating Ruby and talking about her bravery and courage she had! Here's what's included: -Template for Ruby Bridges -Writing prompt to go with craft (both primary and intermediate lines) -Creative writing-stud
In this unit for I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, you will find classroom-tested strategies, activities, and questions that are aligned with the rigor of the Common Core and provide the relevancy and interaction that students love for Black History Month, Women's History Month, or anytime! The stru
Women's History Month Bulletin Board/DisplayBlack History Month Bulletin Board/DisplayHispanic Heritage Bulletin Board/DisplayThis Set Includes:*Periodic Table of Black History*Periodic Table of Women in History*Hispanic Heritage Periodic TableEach Periodic Table Includes: *90 Historic Names (color
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Famous Women in History for Speech/Language Therapy- March is Women's History Month. Teach your students about famous women in history while targeting comprehension questions and vocabulary. Each passage contains five wh-questions and two bolded vocabulary words. Have your students use context clues
Have students research and learn about some of history’s most influential women! Designed specifically for common core reading instruction, this bundle contains a set of FOUR separate units that have been classroom tested and approved for close reading, homework, research reports and much more!
Spring fever hitting hard this March? The last thing you want to be doing when you are feeling sick is worrying about planning for a sub for your second grade class. We all know that having a substitute teacher can often be more work than actually coming in! The goal of this sub plan pack is to alle
El Mes de la Historia de la Mujer (Women's History Month) for the Spanish Dual Language / Immersion classroom. This month-long unit incorporates the study of 20 women, five in each of four categories: Human Rights, Politics, Science and The Arts. (See below for list of women targeted.) No English on
These fun fact cards are a quick, flexible, and colorful way to expand your study during Women's History Month. Build interest in the topic each morning by introducing your learners to these fascinating women with 28 fact cards that go beyond the basics. One teacher shared: “My kids are addicted to
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If you are looking for quick and easy ideas that you can use in Women's History month to keep your kids on task and engaged then look no more. Every lesson is standards-based, classroom-tested, rigorous, and grade level appropriate for high school level English students to cover many standards. Use
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Listening Comprehension and Vocabulary Activities for Speech Therapy March is Women's History Month. Teach your students about famous women in history while targeting comprehension questions and vocabulary. This passage contains a passage, five wh-questions, and two bolded vocabulary words. Have you
BUNDLE! Now offering El Mes de la Historia de la Mujer and Women's History Month in Spanish and English in one bundle for Dual Language classrooms. Bundled for BOGO50% pricing! This month-long unit incorporates the study of 20 women, five in each of four categories: Human Rights, Politics, Science
This lesson is a rhetorical analysis exercise on the gun reform speech given by Stoneman Douglas shooting survivor Emma Gonzalez. Included in this lesson:--seven rhetorical analysis questions about the speech--three critical thinking questions--a detailed key to aide the teacher in discussing the sp
Let's recognize women for their outstanding contributions through inventions. Some inventions make our lives easier, and some make our lives more delicious! Your students will love learning about the woman who invented one of their favorite treats---chocolate chip cookies! Included is a great passag
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#TpTClassroomCommunity #classroomcommunity This free set of photo prompts features "shoes that tell a story," and will provide great practice for your students in making observations, inferences, empathy connections, "what I have learned" statements, and reflections. You can read more about how
Challenge your students to think beyond themselves in this point-of-view focused thematic unit examining 4 very different 1900s American protest movements. Explore the photos and words of the Founding Fathers and Supreme Court, Alice Paul and the suffrage-fighting Silent Sentinels, Dorothea Lange an
Dive deeper into this extraordinary story of the suffrage movement’s final act: Alice Paul and the Silent Sentinels impatient bravery, sobering irony, and steadfast dedication to the American value of equality that brought women the right to vote for which they have so long fought.Challenge your stu
Women's History Month Cursive Copywork introduces your students to 28 fascinating facts for Women's History Month. Copywork can positively impact learning in many ways. By doing copywork children are practicing: Grammar Punctuation Spelling Sentence structure Spacing PenmanshipEac
Featuring differentiated fluency passages on amazing women in history! Each notable women has a fluency passage with three leveled readers (A=approaching, O=On grade level and B=Beyond), a comprehension question response page, and 2 different types of graphic organizers. Craftivities will be availab
The #MeToo / Silence Breakers movement was probably one of THE defining events of 2017. This unit plan focuses on topics of ethics and digital literacy while examining current events. There are many opportunities for self-reflection, as well as answers requiring students to look up answers online. I
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Do you need a resource for Women's History Month? In March, we honor little known women that are often overlooked by our history textbooks. Here is a resource to help your students learn about four courageous women who made an impact on Aviation and Space Travel. Do you know their names?Bessie Colem

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