March is Women’s History Month. One amazing person you can study with your kids this month is Ruby Bridges. At a time when white children and black children went to separate schools, Ruby Bridges made history. This brave young lady was the first African American to attend an all white school in the south.
Even though the schools were integrated, the classrooms were not. Ruby was in a class all by herself. For the entire school year, it was just Ruby and her teacher in the class. This brave young girl is a great person to celebrate during Women’s History Month.
Ruby Bridges Activity Pack
Inside this free Ruby Bridges activity pack, you’ll find the following activities:
- copywork – print and cursive
- notebooking pages
- draw and write about being brave
- biography page
- Venn diagram
- ABC order
- coloring pages
- and more…
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