Jane Adams is a famous woman in history. In fact, she was the first American woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize. She wanted to find a way to “fix the world” by helping people who were less fortunate than her. Watch her inspirational story, “The House That Jane Built”.
Do you collect coins at home? Try this math activity called “Jamir’s Money Jar”. The solutions to the problems are at the bottom of the page.
ELO Virtual Architecture Expo
Join the ELO Virtual Architecture Expo! Listen to the story, “Iggy Peck, Architect” and hear the rules for the contest. Then you can start building your own structure!
Pay it Forward
April 28th is Pay It Forward Day. Use this graphic organizer or make a list of six nice things that you can do for someone else today.
Hull House, the dream created by Jane Adams, included thirteen buildings, including a gymnasium, coffee house, theatre, music school, community kitchen, and art gallery. Do you have a favorite place? Click on the Go Noodle Video to help you think about that place.
If you have a printer, you can print out this paper house template and make your own Hull House. If you don’t have a printer, you can follow the template idea to make your own paper house.
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