You'll need a coat hanger, scissors, glue stick, and crayons.
This mobile was created based on the women featured in If You Lived When Women Won Their Rights by Anne Kamma.
Print the pages. For the first page, color in the letters (and add your own decorations, if desired) and slip onto the hanger. I suggest gluing the two sides together.
Cut the other pages apart and fold and glue them together. Write a couple words or sentences about each woman (based on your child's abilities) after reading their stories in the book. Next, hole punch each card and string yarn through hole and tie to hanger. You'll want to stagger the cards so you have room for them all.
Hang in your classroom or outside to enjoy!
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