Women’s History Month: Resources for Your Classroom

Girl Power! Celebrate the contributions of women with these leveled lessons.

From the voting booth to the science lab, women throughout history have overcome a wide range of obstacles to pave the way for others. And every March, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia celebrate these accomplishments with Women’s History Month. We have come a long way since the days of Susan B. Anthony, and it is exciting to think of all that is yet to come. In honor of the the powerful women who worked so hard to make the world a better place for all mankind, here is a list of curated lessons for introducing your students to and talking about women’s history and women’s rights.

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Free Close Reading Lessons

Applied Argumentative Writing Lessons

Differentiated Lesson Sets for Grades 4-12

  • Women in War What are the opportunities and challenges of women fighting in combat? (CCSS.CCRA.R.5; CCSS.W.1)
  • Personal Identity How is our identity shaped by how others perceive us? (CCSS.RI.2; CCSS.W.1)
  • Cultural Memoirs How does culture help shape the people we become? (CCSS.RL.2; CCSS.W.1)