This play was updated after the 2016 presidential election.Need a quick fun Friday(or day before a vacation activity)? Teaching American History and want to introduce your students to First Ladies of the United States? Looking for a Reader's Theater Script for Women's History Month? Try this fun and information play based on the Mark Goodson Production To Tell the Truth Game Show on Michelle Obama. Students in grades 4 and up will have fun acting out their parts and learning some interesting facts about First Lady Michelle Obama. Discussion questions,comprehension questions and extension activities are also included
Other resources you may find of interest:
1. Learn about the White House with 10 informative web questions, comprehension and discussion questions and several extension activities. Learn about the White House, A Webquest
2. Do your female students ask why more women aren't mentioned in history books.Each web question contains lots of informational text on 10 women who have made contributions to our world. Elizabeth Blackwell,Clara Barton,Amelia Earhart,Susan B Anthony,Sally Ride,Rosa Parks,Jane Goodall,Eleanor Roosevelt,Marie Curie and Sacagwea.Extension links/activities,key.Skills:reading for information/ research/computer skills. Women's History Month Webquest
3. Did you know that First Lady Hillary Clinton was the first First Lady to become a senator of New York? Did you know that Florence Harding was the first woman to be able to VOTE for her husband in a presidential election? Learn about the contributions of some of our first ladies with this fun and informative webquest. For grades 4 and up. First Ladies of the USA, A Webquest
I also have plays on several first ladies including: Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton,Martha Washington, Eleanor Roosevelt, Edith Wilson, Florence Harding, Martha Washington, Mary Todd Lincoln, Abigail Adams, Dolly Madison, Mary Todd Lincoln and Lady Bird Johnson.
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