Amelia was an aviation pioneer. She was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She disappeared in July 1937 while flying over the Pacific Ocean.
After reading several books about Amelia Earhart and airplanes (see my list below) with your students, choose one or more of the activities below to bring the books to life.
- Kids can build their own clothespin airplanes.
- Make a paper airplane glider with this tutorial.
- This airplane piggy bank is a unique craft idea.
- I love these hands-on activities to go with the book, I am Amelia Earhart.
- The Flight of Amelia Earhart at Scholastic
- Make a Cardboard Airplane at Small Fry Blog
- Airplane Crafts at First-School
- Watch the Magic School Bus: Taking Flight video.
In this fun printable pack, you’ll find the following activity pages:
- Copywork pages for all ages – print and cursive
- Writing prompt
- Draw and write
- Fact and opinions
- Report forms
- Word search
- Color pages
- and more…
Enhance your Amelia Earhart lessons:
If you’re looking for more fun for your Amelia Earhart learning plans, check out my top picks from Amazon!
Amelia Earhart Books
- National Geographic Readers: Amelia Earhart
- Who Was Amelia Earhart?
- A Picture Book of Amelia Earhart
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