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Biography: Harriet Tubman for Kids

Kids learn about the biography of Harriet Tubman, leader in the Underground Railroad who led many slaves to freedom.

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This free Lesson Plan for Kids Discover Underground Railroad is full of activities and assessments to help you teach kids about the many routes slaves took and the obstacles they faced, and also focuses on some of the line’s heroes, like Harriet Tubman.

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Harriet Tubman Timeline Cut and Paste FREEBIE!I am pleased to offer this cut and paste activity to you for FREE!This would be great review after your study about Harriet Tubman and the "Underground Railroad". You can use this for centers, seat work, or early finishers.You might be interest in:PRESIDENTS DAY MATH AND LITERACY PRINTABLESPRESIDENTS DAY CENTER (ADJECTIVE OR VERB?)PRESIDENTS DAY NOUNS CENTER

Harriet Tubman Timeline Cut and Paste FREEBIE!I am pleased to offer this cut and paste activity to you for FREE!This would be great review after your study about Harriet Tubman and the "Underground Railroad". You can use this for centers, seat work, or early finishers.You might be interest in:PRESIDENTS DAY MATH AND LITERACY PRINTABLESPRESIDENTS DAY CENTER (ADJECTIVE OR VERB?)PRESIDENTS DAY NOUNS CENTER

Geography Underground Railroad. Much of the "traffic" on the Underground Railroad was from border states; Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennesee, Missouri, and Kansas. In these border states "conductors," like Harriet Tubman, would be able to come to their rescue. Once crossed into the North those enslaved were still not safe because of  the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850.  Site was designed for 8th graders in Ms. Cawley's Soc. Stud. class at Taft Middle School, Fall 2003. See lesson plan.

Do some research about the underground railroad in Missouri. Make a state map mapping out all the secret places in Missouri that the railroad stopped.

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