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Eleanor Roosevelt

3rd Grade Study Guide

Eleanor Roosevelt was the First Lady (President`s wife) longer than any of the other President`s wives because Franklin D. Roosevelt served four terms as President rather than two.
Eleanor believed that the only way to be happy was to help others.
Eleanor Roosevelt helped immigrants to read and write.
She had to overcome the obstacle of being shy.
Eleanor traveled so much people began calling her "Eleanor Everywhere"
She was her husband`s eyes and ears because she would travel to different countries and meet people that he could not travel to meet.
Eleanor started and continued to work with the United Nations.
The United Nations was designed to keep peace between countries and prevent war.
Eleanor helped to write The Declaration of Human Rights. She believed that all people should have certain rights regardless of skin color, man, or woman.
She enjoyed traveling around the world because she wanted to see and understand people and their problems.
She a hero to everyone, not just Americans because she wanted to help people all over the world learn to read, write, get out of poverty, and live better lives.
After leaving the White House, Eleanor Roosevelt became the U.S. Representative to the United Nations.
How was Eleanor Roosevelt diligent? By working hard to overcome being shy, helping others, teaching immigrants to read and write, traveling to other countries to be her husband`s eyes and ears. She also started and worked with the U.N. and she helped write the Dec. of Human Rights.
What obstacle did she overcome? She overcame the obstacle of being shy.
Why was she a hero? She was a hero because she wanted to help people all over the world learn to read , write , get out of poverty and live better lives.
Created by: iamcwallace
 

 



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