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The Underground Railroad, Myths and Facts, is fun to use as an anticipatory set to the Underground Railroad, Escape from Slavery, Scholastic web activity. By including students in a "hands up if you agree this is true" format, students will be interested in checking to see if what they think they kn
Need help getting your students to understand abstract vocabulary terms from your social studies lesson? No problem! These cards are designed to address the wide variety of ability levels, language comprehension skills, written comprehension skills, and curriculum objectives that special education
Multi-media, online site from Scholastic explores the human aspect of the Underground Railroad; this worksheet is a companion to the activity to guide students and to provide a record of their learning. Use it after the Underground Railroad Myth/Fact power point has engaged your students. Power Poin
Underground Railroad, Abolitionist, and Suffrage Writing Prompts Each of the writing prompts covers one specific element and is taken directly from every fourth grade social studies standard in Georgia. There is also a generic rubric that can be used to score and assess the writing prompts. (Please
A pre-assessment/ test that covers Harriet Tubman, the Underground Railroad and Slavery. 14 multiple choice questions
K - 3rd
Use this free printable to help students learn more about the secret system used to help slaves on their escape to freedom in the early to mid 1800s. With this free activity, students will uncover the huge importance of the Underground Railroad along with important vocabulary as they practice their
I created a Google Slideshow to go with these guided notes. You can use them as a pre-test and/or post-test or simply as guided notes like I have.
Are your students studying the Underground Railroad? Help them experience this important time period with my Underground Railroad Web Quest freebie! My product is designed to accompany the Scholastic "Reaching Freedom" online activity. As students explore the website, they will answer questions that
Visual graphic of the underground railroad.
Our school has been lucky enough to receive a variety of Kids Discover magazines and my students LOVE them! The scavenger hunt can be used for close reading, review of nonfiction reading skills, and a supplement to social studies and science curriculum standards.
This brief reading passage includes a short summary about The Underground Railroad. At the end of the passage you will find a few comprehension question to check for understanding. This activity can be utilized in a whole group, small group, independent, or homework.
This activity can be used as an extension worksheet when reading about the Civil War. There is a link included on the worksheet to help color in the map. Students can use other materials or books to help answer the questions.
4th - 6th
Activities include: 1st Read - Students gather evidence during the initial reading that will be used during classroom discussions and for the lesson closure. Key Vocabulary - Through context and prior knowledge, students will learn vocabulary that will help support understanding. Text-Dependent
This resource is now free. I have a difficult time making money off this topic. I hope this resource can be of benefit to you and your students. Surprisingly, this is the first prominent movie produced on the incredible story of Harriet Tubman! Set in the 1850s, it chronicles the life of Harrie
This is a Common Core Standard Aligned Final Exam for the book Harriet Tubman, Conductor of the Underground Railroad Final Exam.
This quiz has fill in the blank and short answer questions. We just finished an Underground Railroad with my kids and they loved it. We read "Go Free or Die" and "Henry's Freedom Box." This quiz is a nice assessment to see where the kids are at!
This worksheet would is adaptable for both the middle and high school level learners in a US History course. In order to best use this worksheet effectively, a teacher could split their class into research roles where each student could be either a person escaping slavery, a conductor on the railroa
Extensive Lesson Plans to go along with Historical Fiction book, Send 'Em South. Plans can be used with the book or without. Primary sources, DBQ ideas, even chapter by chapter questions. Links to outside sources and readings also available.Perfect for Black Lives Matter discussions, units on rac
I created The Underground Railroad: Bibliography. It is a free bibliography for The Underground Railroad. The Underground Railroad was free on this webpage. On this free webpage, it accrued over 420 downloads, and a four-star rating. Based on my bibliography, it is clear that I put in a lot of
Underground Railroad: Song Primary Source Analysis Song: Roll Jordan Roll Analysis: 6 C's of Primary Source Analysis
Students or teacher reads the sentences, then students fill in blanks in sentences or match pictures to words. This can be done individually or as a class, led through it step by step. Intended as a warmup or review.
5th - 8th
Fun end of unit activity: Students create a "Guide" for the Underground Railroad based on their knowledge of how some people were able to escape slavery on the Underground Railroad. Use your textbook, news articles or tradebooks as background for historical information on the Underground Railroad.
Use these simplified, fill-in-the-blank notes along with the Brainpop video for the Underground Railroad. It is a Word document, and can be easily edited.
In the 1960s, Michigan State football coach Duffy Daugherty recruited the segregated South. His teams led the integration of college football not only by knocking down doors in the segregated South, his fully integrated rosters set the example for schools with a long history of integration that had

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