Most scientists in our textbooks fall in the same category: white, male, heterosexual, and cis-gendered. Our diverse student body might not see themselves reflected in this limited view of what a scientist looks like. To help underscore the idea that ANYONE can be a scientist (without explicitly spending classroom time on the topic) I made these coloring pages to give to students. I didn't include a description of the scientist's (and in some cases mathematician's) accomplishments but that could be an attached assignment to add more depth to the fun of coloring. This is the first volume. A second should be uploaded in a couple of months. If you have any scientist in particular that you would want to see in Vol 2, feel free to message! Enjoy!
Scientists/Mathematicians Included: Bernardo Alberto Houssay, Marie M Daly,Emmy Noether, Percy Julian, Marie Curie, Carlos Juan Finlay, Rachel Carson, Alan L Hart, Ada Lovelace, C. V. Raman, Rosalind Franklin, Benjamin Banneker, Abu Ja'far Muhammad Ibn Musa Al Khwarizmi, and Nettie Stevens