This READ-and-WRITE rebus is about Booker T. Washington when he was around the age of 5. Booker was born a slave. This rebus focuses on what he had to do and how he accomplished one task that was a part of his day-to-day life. Students will have fun reading this story on their own or as a group, and then creating their own rebus using the story’s pictures.
The word pictures help younger students read more about Booker T. Washington, and the word pictures make reading fun for older students. It's a unique resource that helps you commemorate Black History Month.
Use the short discussion provided to help students better relate to the hardships that Booker T. Washington faced as a child.
Students can cut out the word pictures from this story and write their own rebus!
This Black History Month read-and-write activity builds empathy in students, as they better understand Booker T. Washington’s life as a child.
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