This craft/craftivity picturing the first African-American woman aviator is perfect for Black History Month and Women’s History Month! It can be done as an individual or a group project. The craftivity can be adjusted for various writing levels. Every child from your advanced writer to a beginner will be able to participate and show what he/she learned about the first African-American woman aviator. Display your students’ work in your classroom, on a bulletin board or in your hallway and receive many complements from your fellow teachers! It’s guaranteed! :-)
This product includes:
• Table of Contents
• Reading Passage
• Written Response Worksheet
• Large Picture of Completed Craft
• Craft/Craftivity Pictures and Descriptions
• Printable Passage for Craft
• Printable Writing Sheets
• Bookmarks in Color
• Black and White Bookmarks
This gives you enough core material for a lesson. Depending on the grade level that you teach, you can structure your lesson in the following ways:
Kindergarten – Read the passage to your students, use the written response worksheet as your guide to ask oral questions to the text to check students’ understanding, make the craft or the easy version of the craftivity, color bookmarks for school-to-home connection.
1st and 2nd grade – Have students read the passage and complete written response worksheet, make a craftivity or a group project to present to class, print and distribute bookmarks.
Completed craft measures about 22” (55 cm) in height.
If you need more crafts and ideas for the month of February, please see my other products:
Black History Month Craft - African American Inventors (Set of 6)
Presidents' Day Craftivities: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln
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