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Women's History – Teacher Resources

Recognize Women's History Month (March), by exploring the many important contributions of women, with our printables, lesson plans, and more. Find biographies and worksheets about accomplished women in American history, including Susan B. Anthony, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sacajawea, Harriet Tubman, Amelia Earhart, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Toni Morrison, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Anne Frank, Helen Keller, Maya Angelou, Sojourner Truth, Pocahontas, Wilma Rudolph, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Abigail Adams, and many more!

Educational Videos

Women's History Videos & Activities

International Women's Day

International Women's Day
International Women's Day Theme Song

Slideshows

Leaders in U.S. Women's Suffrage Movement
Top 15 Women's History Month Activities
Women Nobel Prize Winners for Literature
Women Nobel Prize Winners in Science
Places Where Women Made History
Women Nobel Peace Prize Winners
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Printable Quizzes

Famous Women and Their Accomplishments Quiz
Leaders of the Women's Movement Quiz
Famous Firsts of U.S. Women Quiz
Madam President Quiz
Notable Quotes by Women Quiz
The History of Women's History Quiz
Names of Women Suffrage Leaders Quiz
Queen Elizabeth II Quiz
Famous Women World Rulers Quiz
Groundbreaking Women Quiz
Women Nobel Prize Winners Quiz
Notable African-American Women Quiz
Women of the Ancient World Quiz
Famous Quotations by Women Quiz
Queen Elizabeth II Quiz
First Ladies Quiz
Women in History Quiz
Suffrage Movement Quiz
Women Adventurers Quiz
Female Writers and Performers Quiz

Printables

Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl – Project Ideas, Comprehension Tests & Activities
Learn About Susan B. Anthony
Hero/Heroine Writing Activity
Betsy Ross Little Book
The Miracle Worker -- The Challenge
Nonfiction Reading Warm-Up: Narcissa Whitman Biography
Charlie Parkhurst Biography: A Reading Warm-Up
More Popular Women's History Printables

References

"Ain't I a Woman"
Women Nobel & Pulitzer Prize Winners
Maya Angelou
Phillis Wheatley
Amelia Earhart
Susan B. Anthony
Sexual Harassment
More Popular Women's History References

Lesson Plans

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
Modern Day Mona Lisa
Caryatids
Marie Curie's Discovery
Women and World War II
The Declaration of Sentiments & Your Rights
Altars to Greek Goddesses
More Women's History Lesson Plans

Women's Rights & Suffrage

Women's History Videos & Activities
Heroines of Women's Suffrage
Declaration of Sentiments
Belva Ann Lockwood
Strides for Women Posters
Julia Ward Howe
Paulina Wright Davis
More Suffrage & Equality Resources

Reading, Language Arts, & Women's History Connected

The Miracle Worker: Synopsis, Ideas, and Writing Connections
The Keeping Quilt
The Miracle Worker
The Miracle Worker: Ideas and Activities
Nonfiction Reading Warm-Up: Sacagawea Biography
A Thousand Splendid Suns Teacher's Guide
Readers Theater Script: Little House on the Prairie
More Popular Women's History Resources for Reading & Language Arts

Mathematics & Women's History Connected

Designing a Quilt Pattern
Creating a One-Patch Quilt Design
Designing a Quilt Pattern - Worksheet 1
Quilt Design Worksheet

Science & Women's History Connected

Women in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
Marie Curie's Discovery Worksheet
Rachel Carson: The Coming of a Silent Spring
Marie Curie's Discovery -- Vocabulary
Sally Ride, First Woman on Space Shuttle
Annie Jump Cannon, Astronomer
Women in Space: Sally Ride and Christa McAuliffe
Barbara McClintock, Geneticist
More Women's History Resources for Science

Art & Women's History Connected

Sarah Boone Coloring Page
Multicultural Statue of Liberty
Women's Suffrage Art Project
Women in "Her" Story
Well-Known Women Artists
Paper Quilts
More Women's History Resources for Art

Health, Physical Education, & Women's History Connected

Popular History Resources for Physical Education
Fastest Woman in the World: Wilma Rudolph
Althea Gibson
Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Olympic Athlete
Equality in Sports for Women
Althea Gibson's Story
The All-Female League

Music & Women's History Connected

The Great Contralto: Marian Anderson

Mother's Day Resources

Popular Family Printables -- Grades K-3
My Family
Your Heredity
Popular Family Printables -- Grades 4-8
Flower and Leaf Press
Crepe Paper Flower
Mother's Day Facts
More Mother's Day Resources for Teachers

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February Calendar of Events
February is full of events that you can incorporate into your standard curriculum. Our Educators' Calendar outlines activities for each event, including: Chinese New Year (2/8), Mardi Gras (2/9), Valentine's Day (2/14), Presidents' Day (2/15), Eating Disorders Awareness Week (2/21-27), and Leap Day (2/29). Plus, celebrate Black History Month, Library Lovers' Month, National Heart Month all February long!

Black History Month
Black History Month (February) is here. Make sure you have the materials to help you teach this important topic, from historical figures (Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks) and the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960's, to slavery and the Civil War, to racism, discrimination, and the Black Lives Matter movement in America today.

Videos
Interested in using different types of media in your classroom? We have a growing collection of videos, with related activities, for holidays and events, including: slavery & the Civil War, American History, U.S. Presidents, handwashing awareness, the Common Core, women's history, Memorial Day, the American Revolution, and the environment. Enjoy!

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