Women's History Month Collection Close Read and Writing:GOOGLE BUNDLE
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- Everything you need to fill Women's History month with knowledge, fun, and rigor can be found in this collection! Incorporate Literacy, STEAM, ESL, and lots of inspiration during Women's History Month or use them throughout the year to highlight the contributions of women to history and to our cultuPrice $35.07Original Price $50.35Save $15.28
Your purchase of this collection will allow you to download a document with a link and directions for accessing the full resource on Google Drive.
March is Women’s History Month, but the activities in this resource bundle can be used at any time of the year. Students will complete interactive pages, engage in Close Reading, and access their multiple intelligences to plan a project based on the life, work, and values of four women who have helped to shape our nation's history.
Most of the final product suggestions can be accomplished within the interactive Google Slides. Some of the project ideas, especially those suggested by the student, may need access to other materials and other modes of presenting.
Also available as a printable grayscale PDF! Women's History Printable PDF Bundle
Included in each resource in the bundle:
A PDF with printable pages
A link to the Google Slides version of each resource. (You will make a copy there to share with your students.)
Pre-reading Interactive Notebook page (boy and girl versions)
Close Read article suitable for grades 4-6
Close Read student instruction page and student response page
5 Post-reading interactive pages
List and brainstorming page for project ideas
Simple project rubric
For individual resource previews, please see the list below:
Paulina Wright Davis - Abolitionist and Suffragette
Juliette Gordon Low - Founder of the Girl Scouts
Deborah Sampson - Revolutionary War Secret Soldier
Clara Barton - Founder of the American Red Cross
I hope that you and your students will enjoy the journey on your way to a more paper free classroom!
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