Virtual Field Trip: Helen Keller – Google Slides & Seesaw
⭐️Let’s all take a field trip! In this Virtual Field Trip, students take a trip to meet Helen Keller for educational cross-curricular exploration. Helen Keller was a successful author despite being both deaf and blind. Students will learn about Helen Keller’s successful life, how did she communicate and write, her activism, legacy, and more!
⭐️This virtual field trip in Google Slides & Seesaw contains video links, images, reading passages, exercises, writing activities, and more.
⭐️This resource integrates a variety of social studies and reading skills. Students also complete reading and writing assignments along with watching videos and completing thought-provoking exercises. Incorporates key reading comprehension, writing, multimedia, interdisciplinary studies, and other skills.
*Please note: This resource includes YouTube videos, so ensure you and your students have access to YouTube before purchasing. Although great care has been taken to ensure all content is appropriate for the stated grade levels, each classroom is unique and it is recommended that teachers review all content prior to use. This resource uses links to third party content that may be changed or removed by the content owner. Links are reviewed regularly; however, if you find a broken link, please let me know so I can update the resource accordingly.
✏️Google Slides & Seesaw Formats – These interactive formats are perfect for classroom and distance learning. Slides are interactive and can be used as a fun and engaging exercise within the classroom or remotely.
✏️Engaging Interactive Slides & Virtual Video Read Alouds – Interactive slides & virtual video read aloud take students inside the action.
✏️Reading Comprehension – Integrates key reading comprehension skills, multimedia, multiple sources, and more.
✏️Writing & Social Studies – This virtual field trip helps students understand more about the world around them and uses writing prompts to explore their reactions and ideas.
- Who Was Helen Keller?
- Helen Keller Map
- Becoming Deaf and Blind
- What Does It Mean To Be Deafblind?
- Helen Keller’s Watch
- Radcliffe College
- Helen Keller, An Author
- How Did Helen Keller Communicate?
- How Did Helen Keller Write?
- New York
- American Foundation For The Blind & The ACLU
- The NAACP & Women’s Suffrage
- Helen Keller’s Activism
- Helen Keller’s Last Years
- Pro-tactile American Sign Language
- Helen Keller’s Legacy
- More to Explore!
Answer Key Included
This resource is suitable for upper elementary and middle school students.
This virtual field trip takes approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour to complete. The time it takes to complete can vary based on your students. It can be completed in one session or broken up into multiple sessions.