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Women's History Month
Women's History Month Lesson Plans, Women's History Month Themes
Women's History Month Lesson Plans and Thematic Units
March Into Women's History Month!
Curriculum article with great ideas and resources.
Slave Women of African Decent
By including the subject of women in the study of history and culture, students will be forced to use non-traditional sources for research.
Mini-unit on Women's History (4th Grade)
Assessing Women's Past Through Art
An Interpretation Activity
Suffrage - When, Where, and Obstacles to Overcome
Using Women's Words
Women's Rights - Ancient Egypt and the United States
Roles of Women
An examination of how the roles of women change with the culture.
Women: Stride to Freedom
A high-quality lesson plan geared towards seventh and eighth graders, but may be adaptable for younger grades.
Women and the Vote
A lesson plan from the Encarta database that incorporates a variety of subject matters.
Women in Alaska's History
A webquest with crafts, activities, and a lot of useful information. Developed especially for students.
Women in Science
An integrated science and history lesson that focuses on the careers of important women in science.
A Mini Unit on Rosa Parks
A Mini Unit on Sojourner Truth
A Mini Unit on Harriet Tubman
Women's History Lessons from Scholastic
Women's History Activities (Grades K–6)
Women's History Activities (Grades 7–12)
Moment in History: A Writing Project (Grades 3–8)
Women During World War II (Grades 5–12)
Women in Television (Grades 5–12)
Women in the News (Grades 5–12)
Uncommon Soldiers: Women During the Civil War (Grades 5–12)
Women's History Month Cyberhunt (Grades 3–8)
All-American Girls: A Play About Baseball
Alice Paul: We Want to Vote
Lucy Stone: Crusader for Freedom
The Waistmakers' Revolt
Dr. Mary Walker's War: An American History Play
Women's History Month Internet Resources
1917 - Votes For Women - Suffrage
Distinguished Women of Past and Present
This site has biographies of women who contributed to our culture in many different ways. There are writers, educators, scientists, heads of state, politicians, civil rights crusaders, artists, entertainers, and others.
Women's History Web Links by Time Period
Women's History Month Interactive Whiteboard Resources
National Women's History Month Powerpoints
Several powerpoint format resources from pppst.com
Women's History Month Printouts
Women's History Month at abcteach
This is a site that charges a membership fee, but does have a few resources for free.
Women in History
Women's History Month Lesson Plans and Activities
Each March, Education World -- and the rest of the world -- recognizes Women's History Month. Following are lessons, activities, and resources to involve your students in the study of women's contributions to the world.
Honoring the American Woman
These lessons will help your students recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of American women throughout history.
Bring Women's History to Life
Educate and inspire tomorrow's men and women with activities relating to important women of the past and present with activities that cross the curriculum and the grades.
Women of Accomplishment: An Internet Scavenger Hunt
Pose a question a day about women's history, and expand your students' knowledge about the many ways women sustain the American spirit.
Women's Words of Wisdom
Create a bulletin board of inspiring quotes by famous women. (Grades 4-12)
Why Not a Woman?
Many people in the United States think a new federal holiday should be added. Some members of Congress agree, but only if that holiday honors an important woman. That's where you come in! You and your classmates must nominate a woman you think is important enough to have a federal holiday named after her.
Women of the Century: An Education World WebQuest
This Women's History WebQuest challenges students to make use of bookshelf and online resources to create an Encyclopedia of the Century's Notable Women.
Sites to See: Women's Suffrage
In 1848, at the Seneca Falls Convention, Elizabeth Cady Stanton presented a Declaration of Sentiments, in which she asserted women's right to vote. In 1920, the19th Amendment to the Constitution, which granted U.S. women the right to vote, was ratified. What happened during the 72 years between those two historical events?
In this story, meet the teachers (and some of the kids) behind three wonderful student-created online resources for teaching about women's history.
Great Sites for Teaching About ...
Women's History Gets its Due on the Web
Often overlooked by historians, women have contributed to the development of national and international societies just as men have.
March Into Women's History Month
Education World has visited a number of Web sites dedicated to Women's History Month and the Women's Rights Movement. We've chosen some of the best to share with you.