Looking for a great read aloud to help teach your upper elementary students about the Civil Rights Movement? This Civil Rights read aloud resource is designed to teach Civil Rights for kids using a picture book read-aloud. This product is to be used with the book, Sit-In, by Andrea Davis Pinkney. The book can be found here (non-affiliate link).
These read aloud activities include classroom lessons centered around using the Civil Rights picture book, Sit-In as a read-aloud, in addition to using it when teaching a unit on Civil Rights, or Black History Month.
These civil rights read aloud activities include:
- Two levels of comprehension questions
- Short answer comprehension questions with student opinion questions included
- Character maps
- Theme analysis
- Figurative language analysis
- Author's Craft
- Summarizing graphic organizer
- Civil Rights Movement vocabulary chart
- Extended response writing prompts with rubric
- Plot diagrams
- Civil Rights Movement timeline activity
An even mix of the reading activities and social studies activities in this read aloud product create a well-rounded and cross-curricular lesson and allows you to tailor the resource to your students’ needs!
Click for another Civil Rights Read-Aloud using Pies From Nowhere, and for a free sample of a read-aloud unit for Civil Rights.
TEACHERS LIKE YOU SAID…
⭐ An elementary teacher said, “This is an amazing read aloud with great activities to support it! My students took a lot away from the story and activities that followed.”
⭐ A third grade teacher said, “Great resources that paired nicely with the text!”