First Ladies Book: Rosalynn Carter Activities

Rosalynn Carter, First Lady of the United States

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Nearly every United States President has had a first lady. Often, when given an assignment for a book report or biography, the President is the subject matter. Throughout history, our first ladies have made amazing contributions to our country. In this post, we learn about first lady, Rosalynn CarterEnjoy!

First Ladies Book: Rosalynn Carter Activities House Craft

If you are looking for a good book on First Ladies of the United States, check out the book, "What's the Big Deal about First Ladies" by Ruby Shamir and Matt Faulkner. In the meantime, make a house craft and learn some awesome facts about our 39th President's first lady, Rosalynn Carter.

Rosalynn Carter was the First Lady of the United States from 1977-1981. Born on August 18, 1927 in Plains, Georgia, Eleanor Rosalynn Smith married Jimmy Carter in 1946 when she was just eighteen years old.

During the presidency, she was the Active Honorary Chair of the President's Commission on Mental Health. For more early facts about first lady Rosalynn Carter visit Click here for her personal autobiography, "First Lady from Plains."

The Carters are best known for the Carter Work Project, where they've volunteered with Habitat for Humanity since 1984 (Habitat in Americus.) The best part is, you can also volunteer for Habit for Humanity.

In honor or the Carter's volunteer work helping to build houses for the less fortunate, we've rounded up some house crafts and activities!

Habitat for Humanity house crafts and activities
Paper Plate House Craft from Crafting the Word of God.


More about Rosalynn Carter.
Learn Facts about Jimmy Carter and make a Paper Bag Puppet.


Lora is a homeschooling mom, writer, creator of Kids Creative Chaos, and Director of the Play Connection.