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March is Women in History Month and March 10th is Harriet Tubman Day. So, we chose Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad as one of our study components for the month.
Harriet Tubman is such an important woman in history. Through the Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman helped thousands of slaves escape. She famously said, “I freed thousands of slaves, and could have freed thousands more, if they had known they were slaves.”
The Underground Railroad was created in the late 1700s, but actually got is highest use between 1850 and 1860. Harriet Tubman started her work freeing slaves in 1853.
This study session really touched my daughter during our homeschool studies. She will randomly bring up Harriet Tubman or compare other things to her like, “Mommy, that’s like when Harriet Tubman helped people.”
If you haven’t yet, I strongly encourage you to study her with your kids. I think she’s an amazing role model for girls and young women, too!
Free Harriet Tubman Printable Coloring Page for Kids
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While preparing for our studies, I came across some great free resources, so I decided to share them here!
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