Paper Bag Biography: Rosa Parks (A Project for Grades 1-2)

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This differentiated biography project is a creative and engaging way to supplement your lessons about Rosa Parks. Each activity is standards-based and tucks neatly away inside the paper bag... easy to store... easy to carry home and share.

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Bag Cover:
This page includes a picture of Rosa Parks and her name label. It is glued to the front of the bag.

Quick Quote:
This page includes an important quote made by Rosa Parks. The children are encouraged to reread it several times and discuss the importance of the message. This can be done in partners, small groups, or whole class. Then, they turn the quote over and write to explain why they think the quote is important and worth remembering.

Fun Facts:
On this page, the children learn three interesting facts about Mrs. Parks, however the facts are cloze sentences and the children must choose the correct word from the word bank below to complete each fact.

Retelling History:
These 3 pages include clip art images designed to help facilitate the children’s oral retelling of Rosa Parks’ story. After coloring and cutting out the images, the students use the props as they recall and tell about the day of her arrest and the events that followed. (The props are also included in color.)

Talk Show Interview:
In this activity, children are paired to play “Talk Show.” It’s an “ask-and-answer” reader’s theater designed for two people: the host and Rosa Parks. As you pair the children, know the part of the host is the simpler part. The stronger reader will need to be Rosa Parks. After a few readings, the partners may be able to switch roles as the emerging reader becomes more familiar with the script.

My Monologue:
The more capable readers in your class may enjoy the monologue more, especially if they prefer solo-work and have the confidence to perform alone. The length and word choice make it more difficult than the “Talk Show Interview,” so you’ll need to take that into account when planning.

Thank you for your interest in this item. If you need additional resources about Rosa Parks, check out this NO PREP flip book:

Flipping Over Rosa Parks!

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Paper Bag Biography:  Rosa Parks  (A  Project for Grades 1-2)
Paper Bag Biography:  Rosa Parks  (A  Project for Grades 1-2)
Paper Bag Biography:  Rosa Parks  (A  Project for Grades 1-2)
Paper Bag Biography:  Rosa Parks  (A  Project for Grades 1-2)
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