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Women in History Scoot or Task Cards With QR Codes| Women's History

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Grade Levels
2nd - 5th, Homeschool
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24 pages
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Women in History Scoot or Task Cards with QR Codes Deepen your students' knowledge of the contributions and achievements of living legends and trailblazers in women's history in a fun and engaging way! This set of 24 task cards features a fact about each featured individual that acts as a clue for students to solve. This resource is a great addition to your Women's History month lessons, and would also be a great way to lead discussions and create research opportunities throughout the course of the school year.

What a wonderful way to teach unfamiliar parts of history or to learn how much your students already know!

This resource includes:

• 24 cards that may be used for a game of Scoot or as Task Cards

• QR Codes that can be scanned for self-checking

• teacher directions to assist with setting up and playing Scoot

• A Recording Sheet

• I have included 3 different Recording Sheets to help accommodate the additional Task Cards that you may be interested in downloading from the Famous Women in History Scoot Freebie. The link is below.

• An Answer Key

• Suggestions for using/teaching the featured history facts

• a cover that can be printed and used for/on a storage case (There are 3 additional cards that can be used to create additional task cards)

The following Living Legends and Trailblazers are featured:

♦ Sonya Sotomayor

♦ Ellen Ochoa

♦ Clara Barton

♦ Mia Hamm

♦ Malala Yousafazai

♦ Princess Diana

♦ Barbara Walters

♦ Simone Biles

♦ Hillary Clinton

♦ Pretty Yende

♦ Celia Cruz

♦ Patsy Mink

♦ Whoopi Goldberg

♦ Christa McAuliffe

♦ Jackie Joyner-Kersee

♦ Captain Maria Urso

♦ Lucille Ball

♦ Katherine Johnson

♦ Barbara Park

♦ Aretha Franklin

♦ Dolly Parton

♦ Mazie Hirono

♦ Irma Rangel

♦ Mother Teresa

Use this activity:

• During Women's History Month

• Any time of the year

• For any Social Studies lesson

• To compliment units on different eras in history

• To inspire students to persevere and follow their dreams

• United States history

• Discussions on women's rights, women's issues, women in the work force, the contributions that women have made to all areas of society

• To inspire discussions on past, present, and future

Do you have more than 24 students? Need more task cards? Download the Famous Women in History Scoot FREEBIE to get 6 more cards. Famous Women in History Scoot With QR Codes Freebie

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