Using a colorful, easy-to-read format with relevant graphics, this FlashChart covers all of the basics of The Civil Rights Act of 1964, Topics covered include: Civil Rights, Segregated Nation, a Step towards Equality, and more. Perfect for studying or reference! This guide includes two glossy, double-sided pages. Approximately 11.0" x 8.50". Grades 5-6.
Colorful, laminated FlashCharts condense information into a bright, portable formatperfect for collecting and carrying anywhere.
In 1964, the Civil Rights Act abolished "separate but equal" and helped America take a step toward equality. Just past the 50th anniversary of this important moment in history, this FlashChart helps kids look book and understand what it meant to have a segregated nation, what the Civil Rights Act accomplished, and why the March on Washington and Martin Luther Kings "I Have a Dream" speech were so important.
Packed with knowledge useful to kids, this chart delivers facts in a flash.