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This Ruby Bridges coloring page packet features a 6-page mini biography for kids to read and color. This no fuss, no prep booklet is an engaging way to teach kids about Ruby Bridges.
A Ruby Bridges printable pack will make a great addition to your studies for Black History Month in February, Women’s History Month in March, or whenever you reach the Civil Rights movement in your history book.
These Ruby Bridges coloring sheets are easy to integrate into your lessons, and your students can learn about her as they color each page.
Young Ruby Bridges was chosen to attend a white school in her area during the height of the civil rights movement. She bravely walked through crowds of protesters to attend school each day. In a classroom by herself, she excelled that year. The following year, she moved to a new classroom full of African-American and white students.
Ruby Bridges Coloring Page Packet
This 6-page, no-prep activity pack is a great way to introduce students to Ruby Bridges and her amazing acts of bravery.
All students need to complete this booklet are copies of each page, crayons, and a stapler. It doesn’t get any easier than this!
Just print each page on regular printer paper. Color each page, and then assemble them in the correct order to create a Ruby Bridges mini biography.
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