Ketanji Brown Jackson Biography for Kids

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson Social Studies Lesson

This Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson biography for kids will help you teach your young students about an inspiring, ground-breaking woman. Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson is the first Black woman to serve as a Justice on the Supreme Court. This social studies resource includes a 1- page biography reading passage, 1-page reading response questions, vocabulary words, 1-page vocabulary handout, 1-page timeline activity, and two writing activities. Perfect for social studies, a read aloud, guided reading, and more!

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson Social Studies Activities

The biography page includes a photograph of Judge Jackson* and comes in color and black & white. There are 3 questions on the reading response handout. The two writing activities are 1) “Write 3 facts about Judge Jackson. Illustrate your facts.” and 2) blank writing lines with drawing space and “Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson” heading. The writing pages include primary-lined and single-spaced options. Additionally, there are 6 vocabulary words related to the reading passage, a vocabulary handout, and a timeline activity.

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Ketanji Brown Jackson Biography for Kids
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson Biography for Kids *

*This photograph is available through Creative Commons. Credit: “File:Ketanji Brown Jackson (robe photo).jpg” by H2rty is marked with CC BY-SA 4.0.


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Erika @ Little Owl’s Teacher Treats believes in creating warm, engaging classroom environments that are inclusive of all students. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Penn State University in 2008, and a Master of Arts in Mathematics Education, K-6 from Western Governors University in 2016. She also studied Reading Education at the graduate level at the University of Pittsburgh. Erika taught 5th grade for a year, but she found her true calling teaching first grade for eight years.

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