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Digital Classroom Resources | National Women's History Museum

Helen Keller is one of the most misinterpreted women of the early 20th century. This jigsaw lesson seeks to shine light on her labor activism and social justice, peace, and women’s reproductive rights. Learn more at womenshistory.org.

This is a picture of Helen Keller getting taught to read Braille. I think my person would pin this because she always tried her best and she wanted to succeed.

TODAY, reading Rosie Sultan’s debut novel Helen Keller in Love , I thought about the scene in Black Beauty when the barn catches on fi...

Helen Keller - Family, Quotes & Teacher - Biography

American educator Helen Keller overcame the adversity of being blind and deaf to become one of the 20th century's leading humanitarians as well as co-founder of the ACLU.

A restored & colorized portrait of Helen Keller smelling a rose with her braile manuscript. 📷 The Library of Congress.

A restored & colorized portrait of Helen Keller smelling a rose with her braile manuscript. 📷 The Library of Congress.

Helen Keller, with her dog | Description: Studio portrait of… | Flickr

Description: Studio portrait of 10-year-old Helen Keller standing next to her dog. Keller, a white girl, is facing sideways next to a chair with a spaniel sitting on it, who is likely her dog Belle. She rests her left hand on the dog's shoulder, her right hand is resting against her skirt in a fist, with one finger pointing downward. Keller wears a light-colored dress with a bow in the back and dark button-up boots. Note on verso, “Lioness." Full text: Elmer Chickering 21 West St. Boston…


Not long ago, I acquired a used book about Helen Keller and her teacher, Annie Sullivan, at a library sale. Reading it, I was greatly impressed with all that Helen Keller accomplished in her lifetime, even while existing in what … 7 Bits about Optimism from Helen Keller Read More »

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I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something. I will not refuse to do the something I can do." - Helen Keller”

Helen Keller's words speak of the wisdom and strength that was the essence of her life. Here are her insights on faith, optimism and more.

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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!
I am Helen Keller by Brad Meltzer is from his book series Ordinary People Change the World. This literature companion gives your 2nd, 3rd, or 4th grade students engaging activities to complete after reading about Helen Keller. Your kids can complete comprehension questions, no-prep activities, and writing prompts as they discuss Braille, sign language, and so much more!
Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all” ~ Helen Keller
Helen Keller quote on life. The most important thing in life is felt with the heart - it's not what you can see or touch but what you can feel. LIfe quotes