Helen Keller was a woman who led a very active life for a person who could not hear or see. Her life was very inspiring and she continues to be a symbol of hope and courage for people all over the world. To learn more about this amazing woman and all her achievements, I created this Helen Keller Study, aimed at children in grades 2 – 5.
Some fascinating Helen Keller facts:
- She was born in Alabama, becoming blind and deaf at an early age.
- She loved her special teacher, Anne Sullivan, who was by her side for most of Helen’s life.
- Helen learned to read Braille and use sign language to communicate
- Her first word she learnt was ‘water’
- Helen dedicated her autobiography, The Story of My Life, to Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone. Bell’s wife was also deaf and he and Helen were great friends.
- Helen was the first deaf-blind woman to receive a college degree, graduating from Radcliffe College in Cambridge.
- She served as an Ambassador for the American Foundation for the Blind for 44 years.
- She extensively around the US and the World
She was a very courageous and determined woman!
This 37-page printable pack contains:
- 10 pages of reading
- 11 pages of questions/recording information you have read
- 12 notebooking pages – two sets of writing lines (6 pages per set of lines)
- a page with a list of books / extra resources that you may find useful
To collect your copy of this printable pack, click on the link below:
As part of our study on Helen Keller, we also studied Braille. You can find the Braille Printable Pack here.
Some great books about Helen Keller are: