Harriet Tubman was born into slavery. She escaped to freedom in 1849, and became the famous “conductor” of the Underground Railroad. She’s considered the “Moses” of her time.
This Harriet Tubman study will help your student learn more about Harriet Tubman through videos, notebooking, lapbooking, and reading great literature.
Harriet Tubman Study
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Harriet Tubman Book Suggestions
For your little ones to learn alongside your older students:
I am Rosa Parks – By Brad Meltzer | Children’s Books Read Aloud
Notebooking/ Lapbooking Resources
Making a Poster about Harriet Tubman:
More Harriet Tubman Study Resources:
Harriet Tubman: Fearless Freedom Fighter who Liberated Hundreds of Slaves | Biography
Biography of Harriet Tubman for Kids: American Civil Rights History for Children – FreeSchool
The Harriet Tubman animated story by The Torchlighters.
10 Facts: Harriet Tubman