Amelia Earhart was an aviation pioneer who kids will love learning about. She had courage and determination and loved being up in the air. This Amelia Earhart Study will help children in grades one through four learn about this amazing woman.
Amelia Earhart was an amazing woman with lots of courage and determination. She was the 16th woman to receive her pilot’s license who then went on to break many aviation records. She was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean, the first time as a passenger, the second time, she flew it solo.
When trying to be the first woman to fly around the world, Amelia and her navigator, Fred Noonan, disappeared over the Pacific Ocean. There have been many searches for them, with some artefacts found that are believed to belong to the pair.
This 50 + page Amelia Earhart study consists of a variety of activities. There are reading comprehension activities, note booking pages, mapping activity, vocabulary activity, a quiz and loads more. Here is what is included:
- Early Life – Reading Comprehension
- Learning to Fly – Create a Pilot License
- Pilot – Reading
- Fatal Flight – Reading
- Unsolved Mystery – Reading and Write your thoughts
- Other Achievements – Reading
- Best known for – Reading
- About Amelia Activity – Researching may be required
- Why is Amelia an important part of history page
- Dreams – Thinking and writing activity
- Biography Report page
- Amelia’s Greatest Accomplishment
- Basic Timeline activity
- Word Search
- True or False
- Notebooking Pages
- Parts of a Plane
- Flying Machines Printable Book
- Answers Included
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