Help your students get to know the life and legacy of this amazing woman with 18 coloring pages with large, traceable copywork that is perfect for young writers. They can see where she was born and worked, learn about her work with safe houses and the Underground Railroad, and see the Tubman Home for the Aged. This is a fun way to combine history and handwriting practice. Twenty-one pages total. Two levels are available, Levels B and C. Ages 5-10.
Also works great with A Detective’s Guide to American History: 1800 to 1900!
A note about coloring book levels:
Level A: Coloring pages include single word or phrase copywork (traceable print)
Level B: Coloring pages include full sentence copywork (traceable print)
Level C: Coloring pages include full sentence copywork (traceable cursive)
Pictures may vary or repeat between levels. Not all books are available in all three levels; new levels will be added as available.
We used this product alongside the “Who was …” book series (Amazon). As we read through “Who was Harriet Tubman”, we colored along with this resource. We then hung the pages on the wall as posters to remind us of the material we just learned. As Black History month comes along, or when we study the 1800s again, we will pull out this resource, once again hanging the posters we colored on the wall.
I love hearing about how you display the pages! What fun, thank you!