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Black History Civil Rights Women -  Write, Cut, Paste
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Black History Civil Rights Women - Write, Cut, Paste


  • When going through the steps of a “Write, Cut, Paste”, your learner is building a wide variety of skills both motor and cognitive.
  • The various sensory experiences involved in the creation of a “Write, Cut, Paste” are positive and pleasurable.
  • Learners are able to practice bilateral coordination or using both hands at the same time.
  • Most importantly, the confidence and overall well-being of the learner is enhanced through the successful manipulation of the art materials.
  • Completing the crafts successfully will give them a great sense of accomplishment and pride.
  • Our collection “Write, Cut, Pastes” also provide a springboard to further research.


Cut out your choice of civil rights women cards. They are provided in 2 sets: colored and black & white.

Cut out the activity/word wall cards.

Paste the matching civil rights women card on the activity/word wall card.

Trace the civil rights woman's name.

After completing this cut & paste activity, the finished cards can be used for practice, or as word wall cards. They could be laminated prior to tracing the words. This would allow for repeated use with a dry erase marker.

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File Last Updated:
March 15, 2016
This title was added to our catalog on March 15, 2016.