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Reading Comprehension Nonfiction Text: Your students will enjoy working on nonfiction, reading comprehension skills with these interesting Amelia Earhart activities. The reading comprehension packet features a two page Amelia Earhart biography, reading comprehension questions plus answers, vocabulary word wall, a word search plus key, and a reading probe with teacher and student copies.
Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic in 1928, just one year after the first ever crossing made by Charles Lindeburg. It was a significant achievement in itself but also significant for being achieved in a male dominated field.
AMELIA EARHART Activities: Have your children research Amelia Earhart. Great for Women's History Month! This product includes two ways for your children to share what they have learned about Amelia Earhart in writing. TAKE A PREVIEW PEEK! Amelia Earhart Interactive Writing Printable: (color and black and white) Amelia Earhart Fast Facts (color and black and white)
Where's Amelia Earhart? Did aviator Amelia Earhart run out of fuel and crash into the sea? Or could she have survived? Where's Amelia Earhart : WED JUNE 11 6p et/pt : http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/inside/2879/Overview/?source=4003