This fun, hands-on project has students creating their own bus after reading the story of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott to help your students get to know a civil rights hero!

Rosa Parks Bus 3D Foldable Project & Reading

This fun, hands-on project has students creating their own bus after reading the story of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott to help your students get to know a civil rights hero!

Rosa Parks bus located at the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan. The Museum was fun!

Rosa Parks bus located at the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan. The Museum was fun!

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Fun, hands-on project has students creating their own bus and reading the story of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Included is a short, one-page story about Rosa Parks and how the famous bus boycott began and bus templates to cut out and color based off pictures of the actual bus Rosa Parks was arrested on. On top of the bus, students then write an adjective that describes her and present it to the class. A fantastic, fun activity to help your students get to know a civil rights…

Rosa Parks Bus 3D Foldable Project & Reading

Fun, hands-on project has students creating their own bus and reading the story of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Included is a short, one-page story about Rosa Parks and how the famous bus boycott began and bus templates to cut out and color based off pictures of the actual bus Rosa Parks was arrested on. On top of the bus, students then write an adjective that describes her and present it to the class. A fantastic, fun activity to help your students get to know a civil rights…

While most people remember Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, they forget that the Montgomery Bus Boycott succeeded because of the participation of tens of thousands of ordinary people.  These women and men risked their lives and jobs to keep the boycott alive.  Many, like this woman, walked instead of riding the segregated buses.

While most people remember Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, they forget that the Montgomery Bus Boycott succeeded because of the participation of tens of thousands of ordinary people. These women and men risked their lives and jobs to keep the boycott alive. Many, like this woman, walked instead of riding the segregated buses.

The No. 2857 bus on which Rosa Parks was riding on December 1, 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama when she was arrested for her refusal to give up her seat to a white person which sparked the Civil Rights Movement.

The No. 2857 bus on which Rosa Parks was riding on December 1, 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama when she was arrested for her refusal to give up her seat to a white person which sparked the Civil Rights Movement.

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