In honor of Women’s History Month, learn about the incredible acts of Civil War nurse Clara Barton who established the American Red Cross.
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Learn about Clara Barton
This Walking Classroom podcast discusses America’s great humanitarian, Clara Barton. Barton began as a nurse working in an infirmary during the Civil War, but soon she was treating soldiers on the battlefield. She raised money for supplies and traveled through the night in wagons to help those in need. After working for the Red Cross in France, Barton established the American Red Cross.
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Health Message: Vitamin C
Character Value: Compassion
When you access this Clara Barton podcast bundle, you’ll get:
- The 15-minute podcast
- The podcast lesson plan
- The podcast quiz
- The unit slide deck
- Related videos
- A multi-day project
- An online activity
- A virtual field trip
- A printable worksheet
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