4 Women’s History Month Bulletin Board Posters For Celebrating In Your Classroom

Celebrate women, their achievements, and contributions to society this March by hanging these words of wisdom up on your classroom walls. Encourage students to research and learn more about women who have made a difference and left their mark on the world.

Updated on: March 10, 2020

Women's History Month Posters from TeacherVision

Print and display these posters on a bulletin board, classroom door, walls, or laminate them for use as writing prompts for centers.

Maya Angelou

Poet, civil rights activist, and Presidential Medal of Freedom honoree Maya Angelou is best known for her autobiography I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. She had a long and illustrious career as a writer, poet, journalist, activist, actor, and professor, and is considered an icon and symbol of pride for African-American women.

Maya Angelou inspirational Women's History Month Poster

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Marie Curie

The first person ever to win 2 Nobel Prizes for science (physics and chemistry), Marie Curie was a pioneering female scientist who made groundbreaking contributions to a field almost solely dominated at the time by men. She is responsible for the discovery of the elements polonium and radium, for which she won her first Nobel Prize, and the exploration of the properties of radium, for which she won her second. She is one of the bright lights of inspiration for women in STEM fields.

Marie Curie inspirational Women's History Month Poster

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Anne Frank

Anne Frank's eponymous diary of her experience as a young girl hiding during the Holocaust is considered one of the most important and influential literary works of the 20th century. Written while hiding from the Nazis in a cramped attic in Amsterdam, the diary was published posthumously in 1947 to universal acclaim. Frank herself died shortly before her 16th birthday of typhoid fever while confined at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Her heroic story of resistance and persistence in the face of unspeakable horror and persecution has inspired millions for generations.

Anne Frank inspirational Women's History Month Poster

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Malala Yousafzai

A passionate advocate of girls' and women's rights in Pakistan from a very young age, Malala Yousafzai was shot and gravely wounded at age 15 during an assassination attempt by the Taliban, who were angered at her ardent support of education for girls and young women in Pakistan. She is the youngest person ever to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize (at age 17), and today is a published author who continues to advocate for the rights of girls and women to access education and work opportunities.

Malala Yousafzai inspirational Women's History Month poster

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