You have found the PERFECT Jackie Robinson Lesson. The Georgia standard states that students should be able to give examples of how the historical figure, Jackie Robinson, demonstrates his positive citizenship traits. Some of these traits are honesty, dependability, good sportsmanship, and compassion. Your kiddos will love this unit.
Jackie Robinson Research
This unit is packed with 15 pages to teach the standard. It has everything you need to cover the ENTIRE standard from his birth on January 31, 1919, in Cairo, Georgia to his death on October 24, 1972, in Stamford, Connecticut.
This 15-page unit covers everything in the standard including a Text Feature Review page, graphic organizers about Robinson’s life, research projects, and assessments.
Jackie Robinson Worksheets 2nd Grade
This is a super fun video to watch about Jackie Robinson. There is even a quiz at the end! Your boys will love learning that fifty years after he became the first modern black player, Major League baseball chose his number (42) as the first jersey number to ever retire for every team.
Your students will love researching Jackie Robinson! The research pennant is super cute to hang in the hall!
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