Are you looking for a biography that teaches your students about women scientists, STEM, or STEAM? This true story will intrigue your students - Grace Hopper Queen of Computer Code by Laurie Wallmark. Learn about one of the foremost pioneering computer scientists.
Grace Hopper defied of her day and pioneered the fields of math and computer science.
From School Library Journal:
The author paints an engaging portrait of a unique woman in this bright and informative biography. . . .The vibrant palette and straightforward composition are eye-catching, and Hopper’s curiosity, love of learning, and ambition shine through in her expressive features. . . . VERDICT Inquisitive readers who, like Hopper, ‘want to understand how things work’ will appreciate this upbeat biography of a woman who was ahead of her time. A sound purchase for most collections.
I have created 14 activities for this boo.
Making Connections Pre-Reading
I Wonder (Formulating Questions)
Compare and Contrast (Grace and You)
All About Grace
Making Connections – Text to Self
Making Connections – Text to Text
Making Connections – Text to World
3-2-1 Writing Activity
Time Line Activity
Grace Hopper Quote Writing Activity