Amelia Earhart Day

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January 11 is Amelia Earhart Day. On January 11, 1935, Amelia Earhart became the first person—man or woman—to fly solo across the Pacific Ocean. Amelia_Earhart, aviator, wikimedia commons common licenseHer life came to a tragic end when she took her last flight in July of 1937, an attempt to fly around the world. She encountered weather difficulties and was not heard from again. After weeks of searching that spanned 250,000 square miles of ocean, the U.S. government ended the search. Earhart is admired for her incredible bravery and for breaking barriers for women.

Here are some ways teachers and families can celebrate the life and spirit of Amelia Earhart.

I would love to hear how you marked Amelia Earhart Day. Share your stories in the comments below.

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