This Black History Month resource is the perfect way to introduce primary students to Rosa Parks. The engaging illustrations and clear, simple text make this student booklet meaningful for even the youngest students!
This resource will help your students understand the life and contributions of Rosa Parksin the following ways:
-Student booklet- This student booklet is content rich but written with simple syntax... perfect for primary students! Your students can color the black and white illustrations and keep the book in their book box. This is a perfect way to integrate social studies instruction into your ELA block!
-Full Color Booklet- This booklet is perfect for a class shared reading experience. It is sure to become a favorite in your classroom library as well.
-Retelling Pictures- Both black and white and full color pictures are included to help your students practice sequencing and retelling the story. These are incredibly important skills and through FUN repeated practice your students will begin to process and understand Rosa Parks's life and contributions in new ways.
The retelling pieces can be used to make little puppets or can be glued into student created books and projects.
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Please consider checking out my Black History Month Biography Briefs
for an easy, meaningful Black History Month bulletin board. This is a fabulous no-prep set that introduces your students to 28 different African Americans and the contributions that they have made in the areas of art, medicine, science, politics, civil rights, education and much more!
If you would like to share the story of Rosa Parks with greater text and vocabulary complexity please consider my FREE Rosa Parks Close Read- Differentiated Texts