The Women in History Escape Room will take students on a secret mission around the classroom! This escape room has students decode facts about four inspirational women who changed the world. The women included in this resource are: Rosa Parks, Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth and Anne Frank. Students may have heard those names before, but do they understand the impact they made on the world today?

Women in History ESCAPE ROOM! Set #1 - Rosa Parks, Anne Frank and more

The Women in History Escape Room will take students on a secret mission around the classroom! This escape room has students decode facts about four inspirational women who changed the world. The women included in this resource are: Rosa Parks, Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth and Anne Frank. Students may have heard those names before, but do they understand the impact they made on the world today?

Rosa Parks Autobiography: My Story    Montgomery, Alabama, on December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks made history by being the black woman who refused to obey the driver of the bus when he gave her the order to give up her seat on the city bus to make room for a white passenger. Her actions sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and made history. Her refusal became a key part of the modern movement for civil rights, and her actions sparked further action and set an example for many.

Rosa Parks Autobiography: My Story Montgomery, Alabama, on December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks made history by being the black woman who refused to obey the driver of the bus when he gave her the order to give up her seat on the city bus to make room for a white passenger. Her actions sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and made history. Her refusal became a key part of the modern movement for civil rights, and her actions sparked further action and set an example for many.

Rosa Parks with Martin Luther King, Jr. in the background.

Rosa Parks with Martin Luther King, Jr. in the background.

Rosa Parks was a courageous woman! This product will get your kiddos writing and making connections to Rosa Parks! This will make a great addition to your Rosa Parks Unit!! Included: - Rosa Parks KWL Chart - Rosa Parks Venn Diagram ( Rosa and Me!) - Rosa Parks Descriptions (graphic organizer) - Rosa Parks Information (graphic organizer) - Rosa Parks Facts (graphic organizer) - All About Rosa ( full writing page) - Why Was Rosa Parks a Hero? ( full writing page) - Rosa Parks- Timeline of…

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks was a courageous woman! This product will get your kiddos writing and making connections to Rosa Parks! This will make a great addition to your Rosa Parks Unit!! Included: - Rosa Parks KWL Chart - Rosa Parks Venn Diagram ( Rosa and Me!) - Rosa Parks Descriptions (graphic organizer) - Rosa Parks Information (graphic organizer) - Rosa Parks Facts (graphic organizer) - All About Rosa ( full writing page) - Why Was Rosa Parks a Hero? ( full writing page) - Rosa Parks- Timeline of…

Outside text recommendation for Rosa Parks book club. 100 Facts about Rosa Parks on Her 100th Birthday.

Outside text recommendation for Rosa Parks book club. 100 Facts about Rosa Parks on Her 100th Birthday.

The Women in History Escape Room will take students on a secret mission around the classroom! This escape room has students decode facts about four inspirational women who changed the world. The women included in this resource are: Rosa Parks, Susan B.

Women in History ESCAPE ROOM! Set #1 - Rosa Parks, Anne Frank and more

The Women in History Escape Room will take students on a secret mission around the classroom! This escape room has students decode facts about four inspirational women who changed the world. The women included in this resource are: Rosa Parks, Susan B.

Rosa Parks Facts:10 Facts about Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks Facts:10 Facts about Rosa Parks

13 Facts About Rosa Parks You Might Not Know, In Honor Of Her Birthday

13 Facts About Rosa Parks You Might Not Know, In Honor Of Her Birthday

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13 Facts About Rosa Parks You Might Not Know, In Honor Of Her Birthday | Bustle

13 Facts About Rosa Parks You Might Not Know, In Honor Of Her Birthday

When I think about what life was like for even my mother, I'm amazed at our progress. But we still have a long way to go...

When I think about what life was like for even my mother, I'm amazed at our progress. But we still have a long way to go...

:: Rosa Parks Quotes :: With this still happening in my country today (where intolerant men try to send women to the back of the bus), we remember Rosa Parks.

:: Rosa Parks Quotes :: With this still happening in my country today (where intolerant men try to send women to the back of the bus), we remember Rosa Parks.

13 Facts About Rosa Parks You Might Not Know, In Honor Of Her Birthday In June of 1999, President Bill Clinton presented Parks the Congressional Gold Medal, the highest civilian honor one can receive. She was recognized as a “living icon of freedom in America.”

13 Facts About Rosa Parks You Might Not Know, In Honor Of Her Birthday

13 Facts About Rosa Parks You Might Not Know, In Honor Of Her Birthday In June of 1999, President Bill Clinton presented Parks the Congressional Gold Medal, the highest civilian honor one can receive. She was recognized as a “living icon of freedom in America.”

100 years before Rosa Parks there was Frances Ellen Watkins Harper (1825-1911). She was an author, poet and abolitionist. Born free in Baltimore, she had a prolific career, publishing her first book of poetry at age 20 and her first novel (Iola Leroy) at age 67. In 1850, she became the first woman to teach sewing at the Union Seminary. In 1851, she helped blacks along the Underground Railroad en route to Canada, running from the  Fugitive Slave Law of 1850.

100 years before Rosa Parks there was Frances Ellen Watkins Harper (1825-1911). She was an author, poet and abolitionist. Born free in Baltimore, she had a prolific career, publishing her first book of poetry at age 20 and her first novel (Iola Leroy) at age 67. In 1850, she became the first woman to teach sewing at the Union Seminary. In 1851, she helped blacks along the Underground Railroad en route to Canada, running from the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850.

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