Especially this week as we get ready to celebrate Rosa Park Day on December 1st!
She gave hope to all who wanted to be free.
I love thinking of all the ways we can use this with our students in the library, classroom and even as a home connection as a family.
too. Every Cantata Learning lesson plan includes rich extensions. This one includes...
art and technology.Paper Bag Puppets.
After their puppets are created, the students can act out the part of history they are known for.
For example, with the Rosa Park puppet and a bus puppet, they could act out that December day in 1955 when Rosa Parks refused to move to the back of the bus while listening and singing First Lady of the Civil Rights from Cantata Learning.
You can get the app here.
With this app, students can create their very own puppet show with animation and audio. After they select their characters and other elements of production, the Cantata Learning books could even be played and recorded, as they act out the story while singing along.
These are part of the America's Leaders Set which can be found here.
Your students will love learning about these four special people in history through stories, songs and creative paper and digital puppet activities too!