This packet is an inquiry based social studies lesson to have students compare and contrast children in the past to children today. Seesaw and Google Classroom versions are now available for Distant Learning.
It is geared toward K-3rd grade. The focus is to introduce the concept of Child Labor in the United States to students. There is also a book companion reading responses for which is about a girl named Clara Lemlich who was an immigrant who led a 20,000 people strike against poor working conditions and children working.
This packet includes:
*Pictures of children from the past to have powerful discussions with your students that are student led.
*A packet that can be uploaded to Google Classroom, so students can have a small group discussion using their devices. (You can also project the imagines for a large group discussion).
*Information about Child Labor in the United States
*Information about how child played and learned in the past
*Brave Girl Reading Companion worksheets
*Writing Reflections and response worksheets