This resource has been designed to be used in any classroom from 2nd grade through 8th grade. Younger students may need to go over answers in class, while older students may be able to find answers independently.
This download includes both the PowerPoint with the answers and various versions of the handout (in PDF and MS WORD format)
Students follow along to fill in the names of 64 important people from history (32 men and 32 women from a variety of countries and fields). This can be done at the beginning of the year as an introduction, or at the end of the year for a review. Students can complete on their own for homework or as a project, or they can follow along with the PowerPoint to fill in the names. Enjoy!
Use slide 3 as a handout if you want students to fill out the 64 figures without any clues
Use slide 4 as a handout if you want students to fill out the 64 figures Using clues
Use slide 5 if you want to display all of the answers to the class
Use slide 6 if you want to display one answer at a time (to allow for discussion, participation, guessing, etc.)
The people included are:
Helen Keller, William Shakespeare, Oprah Winfrey, Thomas Edison, Susan B. Anthony, Abraham Lincoln, Chorlotte Hawkins Brown, Scott Joplin, Eleanor Roosevelt, Pablo Picasso, Mother Theresa, Carl Lewis, Victoria Woodhull, Cesar Chavez, Lisa Leslie, Louis Pasteur, Ameia Earhart, Jackie Robinsion, Nellie Bly, Michael Phelps, Abigail Adams, Johannes Gutenberg, Martha Washington, Theodor Geisel, Mae Carol Jemison, Winston Churchill, Barbara Walters, Sun Yet-sen, Margaret Thatcher, Albert Einstein, Jeanette Rankin, The Wright Brothers, Nanch Ward, Henry Ford, ValentinaTereshkova, Stan Lee, Malala Yousafzai, Frederick Douglass, Pat Summitt, Mahatma Gandhi, J.K. Rowling, Woody Guthrie, Harriet Tubman, J.R.R. Tolkien, Sojourner Truth, Michael Jordan, Wilma Rudolph, Theodore Roosevelt, Lucretia Mott, Orson Welles, Alice Paul, Michael Jackson, Lucy Stone, Steve Jobs, Juliet Gordon Low, Mark Twain, Marie Curie, Elvis Presley, Gertrude Ederle, Neil Armstrong, Mia Hamm, Martin Luther King Jr., Larisa Latynina, Robert Oppenheimer