Leading Ladies: Women in Flight & The Space Age
Every Leading Lady paper doll template is available in a PDF download to assemble at home.
Imagine the possibilities that await! Print these over and over. Share them, and pass them around. Make them or gift them. You choose! Please make sure that you learn about these women and all that they have accomplished! NASA & SPACEX, Astronauts, Cosmonauts, Taikonauts, Spationauts, and Space Travelers all have one thing in common. Their goal is the advancement of the human race through scientific discoveries found in space.
Keep an eye on the site, as I will be adding batches of new designs! Don’t miss a chance to download an inspiring SHERO! Cheers to these Leading Ladies! May we be them! May we raise them! May we aim for the stars with them!
I loved playing with paper dolls as a kid. They travel easily and provide a fun craft with an engaging activity allowing imaginative play to fill hours of time with adventures! My hope is that these incredible women will inspire generations of future Leading Ladies. The sky is no longer the limit!
Leading Lady NASA Astronaut Dr. Sally Ride
Download the PDF file containing the Leading Lady Paper Doll Pattern of your choice. Included in your PDF packet you will receive directions on how to make your Leading Lady as well as included additional free material and hyperlinks for you to learn more about why she is an inspiring individual and a Leading Lady!
All Leading Lady Paper Doll Patterns are hand drawn by Artist Jen Haefeli
Leading Lady NASA Astronaut Dr. Sally Ride was The First American Woman in space! Dr. Ride was also the youngest Astronaut to travel to space. She was a Physics Professor & Director of the California Space Institute at UCLA, a Member of the Presidents Committee of Advisors on Science and Technology, a Member of the Advisory Board of the National Women's History Museum, an Author of seven books, a Co-Founder of Sally Ride Science and established Imaginary Lines to implore girls to explore Math, Science, & Technology. Dr. Ride served as a Fellow at the Center for International Security and Arms Control at Stanford. Her memory is kept alive by the work done at Sally Ride Science.