Harriet was born into slavery decades before the Civil War and, even as a young girl, she was beaten by her plantation owner. She’d had enough. She risked her life to reach the free North, only to return time and again to the South — relying on her courage, the North Star and the Underground Railroad — to lead 300 slaves to their freedom during her lifetime.
This box includes:
- A workbook highlighting key points related to Harriet and her character trait, Courage
- Engaging activities to bring the lessons to life
- Custom illustration of Harriet Tubman
- Play-It-Forward Cards
- Timeline Poster
- Digital Facilitator Guide