This worksheet is a great way to combine history and reading in a fun way!
March is Women’s History Month; a time to celebrate women! There are many influential women in history. Due to the courage of women like Eleanor Roosevelt, Michelle Obama, Amelia Earhart, Annie Oakley, Betsy Ross, Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, Molly Brown, Mother Teresa, and Helen Keller, many positive changes have happened. Without these influential women, we might be living in a very different world today.
Use this four page reading comprehension activity to help students better understand 10 influential women in history. Written on an approximate fourth grade reading level, this worksheet is great for a shared reading or read aloud in grades 2-3 and independent or guided lesson in grades 4-6.
It includes a short description of 10 different women in history (from first ladies to activists to pilots) and then a matching section for independent practice.
A perfect addition to your Women's History Month unit!!