Celebrate Women's History Month with lesson plans and online activities to honor women who made a difference in the world.
Ruby Bridges: A Simple Act of Courage shares Ruby Bridge’s unique story with students, and shows them what life was like for African American children in the segregated South of the 1950s. Through slide shows, an interactive magazine from Scholastic News, and a student-created video, students gain a fuller understanding of Ruby’s pivotal role in the civil rights struggle.
- Ruby Bridges and the Civil Rights Movement Slide Show In November 1960, Ruby Bridges became the first African American child to integrate an all-white elementary school in the South. See what segregation and inequality looked like and learn about Ruby’s story.
- Scholastic News: Ruby the Brave Open your digital magazine to read Ruby’s story, watch a video, play a skills game, and much more!
- Hero’s Choice: A Student Video Watch as students in Megan Power’s class at Del Sur Elementary in the Poway Unified School District, Calif., tell Ruby’s story in this video they wrote, directed, and performed.
Plan your year ahead with these teacher-tested multimedia units including audio and online publishing resources for students, plus lesson plans and free printables for you.