Get your students inspired as they listen to or read The Girl with a Mind for Math. This comprehension companion freebie can help to guide discussions and also helps students to determine importance as they read this story of a woman who became an amazingly successful engineer. CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from PrintablePrompts.
Explore a range of important events in the life of Raye Montague with this companion to The Girl With a Mind for Math by Julia Finley Mosca. This resource allows students to arrange important events in order before answering questions about these events. An exclusive set of discussion questions are also included. (3, 4, 5). Click here to get this FREE resource from Galarious Goods.
Inspirational Quote Posters
Encourage students to celebrate their differences with these free inspirational quote posters. Pulled from the text, “The Girl with A Mind for Math: The Story of Raye Montague,” each quote was selected to remind students that what sets us apart is often what makes us great. (2, 3, 4, 5). Click here to get this FREE resource from Everything Just So - Jennifer Martinez.
Picture Book Study
This book study companion to The Girl With a Mind for Math by Julia Finley Mosca contains a wide range of literacy activities. With comprehension questions, reader reactions, reviews, vocabulary, time line activities, growth mindset activities and exploring the text activities, there's multiple ways to explore this biographical text. (3, 4, 5). Click here to purchase this resource from Galarious Goods.
Black History: Raye Montague
This is a companion resource that will give your students a chance to interact with the book in fresh ways! Included:
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Interactive Read Aloud
This interactive read aloud will be a fantastic addition to your Reader’s Workshop. The book “The Girl with a Mind for Math” is the perfect read aloud to add to your biography unit or anytime you want to focus on perseverance and grit. This book is beautifully written and is historically accurate. Students will begin to understand how racism and sexism were barriers in Ray Monttague’s quest to become an engineer. The story itself is written in a delightful verse and there is even a timeline and additional historical information included at the end of the book. (3, 4, 5). Click here to purchase this resource from Chocolate Covered Classroom.
These Free inspirational posters are based on the story of Raye Montague, a famous engineer. They are great for growth mindset and will be a gorgeous addition to your classroom! You could even discuss the meanings of the posters during a morning meeting or community meeting. (3, 4, 5). Click here to get this FREE resource from Chocolate Covered Classroom.