Celebrate a Key Figure in Black History with the Rosa Parks Lapbook
Celebrate the impact made by Rosa Parks — during Black History Month and beyond! A key figure in the Civil Rights Movement, Rosa Parks is a prime example of how standing up for your rights (and the rights of others) can make a difference beyond just yourself.
We created the Rosa Parks Lapbook to help kids learn all about Rosa Parks and the impact she made on the world. It’s the perfect activity and resource for Rosa Parks Day, Black History Month, or a unit study on influential women throughout American history.
The Rosa Parks Lapbook Pack is designed to teach kids not only about Rosa Parks, but to introduce them to (or give them a refresher on) important topics such as racism in America, segregation, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Montgomery Bus Boycott. You can easily use it as a standalone lesson or as part of an in-depth unit study.
The Rosa Parks Lapbook Pack Includes:
- Cover Sheet (Great to use as a binder cover!)
- How to Create Your Lapbook instructions
- Rosa Parks Biography page
- “What Was the Civil Rights Movement” flip flap
- “What Was the Montgomery Bus Boycott?” flip flap
- “4 Fun Facts About Rosa Parks” flip flaps
- “What is Segregation?” flip flap
- “What Is Racism?” flip flap
- “What I Learned About Rosa Parks” report page
What Supplies Will You Need?
Crayons or Colored Pencils
Grab a copy of the book, “Who Was Rosa Parks?” to include in your studies too! (Optional)
Tips & Recommendations
This printable pack is a fun way to learn about Rosa Parks for elementary students.
Don’t forget that all of our printable packs can be reused over and over in your homeschool. If you have multiple students, this is an excellent value for your homeschool family.
Want to use this in a classroom? No problem, snag a classroom license here.