Ruth Bader Ginsburg activities for kids are great options for teaching kids about the life & legacy of an important woman.
Not sure how to come up with fun ways to teach this topic on your own.
No worries -I have you covered these fun, education & EASY options:
- Coloring Pages
- Biography Worksheets
These are great options if you’re looking for Women’s History Month ideas as well.
Grab these FREE Ruth Bader Ginsburg coloring pages with quotes to keep & add to your personal collection.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Activities for Kids
If you’re on the hunt for Ruth Bader Ginsburg lessons or if you’re are wanting to make the topic of Ruth Bader Ginsburg for kids, you’ll love these Ruth Bader Ginsburg activities for kids.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Activities
Pick and choose what works best for the kids you’re teaching and have fun with it!
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Posters
These are great for hanging around a school room or learning area.
They have the basic information of Ruth and her life at a quick glance with cute graphics!
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Worksheet
These biography worksheets push children to do their own research.
These sheets offer prompts for kids to find the answers on their own.
This is great for committing the information to long-term memory.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Coloring Pages
These coloring pages not only offer some art time, but each page has information about this amazing woman.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Flash Cards
These flashcards have basic information about Ruth and what she did for our country.
Great for teaching quick and easy facts.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Bookmarks
Why Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is Important
There are many reasons this woman is an icon in women’s history.
She is most well-knows as only was she the second woman to serve on the U.S.A. Supreme Court.
But well before this role, she was a champion for women’s rights throughout her career.
Because of her, women today have a much stronger voice.
The changes she helped make allowed many women to stand up for themselves.
Here are a few quick-facts about Ruth Bader Ginsburg:
- She was the first Jewish Supreme Court Justice
- She served on the U.S.A. Supreme Court for 25 years
- She became a Supreme Court Justice at 60 years old
- She began serving on the Supreme Court in 1993
- She served until the time of her death at 87 years old
- She helped to launch the ACLU Women’s Rights Project
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Quotes
Ruth stood up for many marginalized groups in the United States.
She had a heart for seeing those without a voice, helping them gain their footing and make their voices heard.
Here are a few quotes that sum up her thoughts, life, and legacy:
- “Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.”
- “I’m a very strong believer in listening and learning from others.”
- “Reading is the key that opens doors to many good things in life. Reading shaped my dreams, and more reading helped me make my dreams come true.”
- “I would like to be remembered as someone who used whatever talent she had to do her work to the very best of her ability.”
- “Reacting in anger or annoyance will not advance one’s ability to persuade.”
I hope you & your crew enjoy these Ruth Bader Ginsburg activities for kids as much as we do.
Famous Women Quotes Poster
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You get both versions of the posters – full color and black & white – so you can use whichever one you prefer.
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