Rosa Parks Collaboration Poster – Great Women’s History Month Activity!

Rosa Parks Collaboration Poster - Great Women's History Month Activity!

This can be used to teach 1st, 2nd and 8th grades for Homeschool students.

Includes PDF and 80 pages

Rosa Parks Collaborative group portrait poster. Two methods can be used to make classroom Rosa Parks posters. These lessons can be used for Rosa Parks Day, Black History Month and Women’s History Month as well as any Civil Rights lesson.

These posters are visually appealing displays. They can be hung anywhere.

• The library

• The front office

• A hallway

• Your classroom bulletin board

These are also great for cooking.

• sub plans

• morning work

• early finisher activities

• centers

You can find more information here

You will find two versions of the lessons as well as bonuses activities. You will find 30 parts to this poster. They fit on standard size 8.5″x11″ paper.

Lesson #1 Rosa Parks Collaboration Poster

The lesson is simple. Every student will be given a section of large mosaic posters to color according to each instruction. Once all sheets are colored & cut out they are then assembled to reveal a large, approx. 35in. 41 in.Multi-colored mosaic/poster/mural Rosa Parks, depending on your printer settings

Lesson #2: Rosa Parks Classroom Drawing Project

Although this lesson is easy, it is much more difficult than Lesson #1’s coloring. Each student will draw their grid piece from scratch using the small gridcell they were assigned. The pieces can then be cut out and assembled into a classroom poster. Students will need to work together to ensure that all drawings in the gridcells line up correctly and produce an attractive final product (approx. 35inx42in

poster Rosa Parks.

Both Lessons produce amazing results!You can find out more!

BONUS Activity:

When students are done with their posters, I created several handouts. These handouts can be used at a range of grade levels, so that you find the one that is right for your level. The handouts include: unscramble portrait drawings, unscramble portrait cut-and-paste (with two grid variations), and a Rosa park line drawing that students may color. All of these handouts are great to have on hand for the week that Rosa Parks Week is in full swing.


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I hope your students enjoy this Rosa Parks collaboration poster and no doubt all the meaningful conversations that will come from it.

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This was an excellent activity! I used during my African American History Month library lessons. I read a book aloud first and then students colored. The diagrams on the coloring page of which section should be colored in were very helpful for students. I did have to refer back to the cover page with the completed colored image, to check that I was putting it together correctly. Students loved watching the face come together. I displayed them in the hall. Thank for for a well organized product!

Just when you think the poster will not turn out because a student made a mistake. Then, BOOM! You put it together and it’s a masterpiece! I cannot say enough about the quality of Art with Jenny K.


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