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Women's History Month 2023


Happy Women's History Month! Did you know that the origins of International Women’s Day are in the labor movement? To mark this annual event on March 8—and to commemorate Women’s History Month—the ThinkCERCA team has curated some of our favorite lessons that highlight the accomplishments of women.

Women's History Month Writing Lessons:

Grade 3: Women’s Rights Movements & Equality Among Genders

Grade 4: Wangari Maathai

Grade 5: Three-Point Scoring in the WNBA

Grade 6: How the music of Hawai'i’s last ruler guided the Island's people through crisis

Grade 7:  The American Garment Workers Who Helped Inspire International Women’s Day

Grade 8: One Woman's Decades-Long Fight To Make Juneteenth A U.S. Holiday 

Grade 9: Equal Pay for Equal Work: Examining the Gender Wage Gap

Grade 10: Overlooked No More: Jovita Idár, Who Promoted Rights of Mexican Americans and Women

Grade 11: The US Women's Soccer Team Struggle For Equal Pay

Grade 12: Shirley Chisholm: Presidential Candidacy Announcement