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Women’s History Month: Resources for Your Classroom



At the start of every March in the United States, we celebrate Women’s History Month. For the entire month of March, we celebrate the many accomplishments and contributions of Women in American History. This year, Kamala Harris made history as the first Woman and Woman of Color as Vice President. Progress is happening right now and in order to help you celebrate in the classroom, the Team at ThinkCERCA has curated a list of lessons to help you introduce your students to Women’s history not just in March, but throughout the school year. 

Reading Practice Lessons

Writing Lessons

  • Grades 3: Active Citizenship ✍What is citizenship? What rights and responsibilities do citizens have? (CCSS.RI.3.1, CCSS.W.3.2)
  • Grade 4: Voting Rights Act What do Lynda Blackmon Lowery's actions suggest about fighting for what you believe in? (CCSS.RI.4.2; CCSS.W.4.1)
  • Grade 5: Student Free Speech ✍How did the petition signed by Sun Valley students influence Crayola? (CCSS.RI.3.1, CCSS.W.3.2)
  • Grade 6: Personal Identity ✍Which strategies will be most effective in managing young people's concerns about body image? (CCSS.RI.6.2, CCSS.W.6.1)
  • Grade 7: Social ResponsibilityWhat is Malala Yousafzai's most heroic quality? (CCSS.CCRA.R.7.9;CCSS.W.7.1)
  • Grade 8: Image and ImpactBased on the information provided in this article and the photographs themselves, describe the ways in which Dorothea Lange’s photographs of migrant workers were an effective way to make a case to the American people about government policies during the Depression. (CCSS.RI.8.7; CCSS.W.8.1)
  • Grade 9: Social Responsibility ✍Why does Anthony call a government that denies women the right to vote "the most hateful aristocracy ever established" in the world? (CCSS.RI.9-10.9; CCSS.W.9-10.1)
  • Grade 9: Image and Impact ✍What claims, according to historians, can we make about the suffragette movement based on the documents and artifacts from the period? (CCSS.RI.9-10.7; CCSS.W.9-10.1)
  • Grade 10: Video Games ✍Does the video game convention have more potential for positive or negative change for women in Saudi Arabia? (CCSS.RI.9-10.8, CCSS.W.9-10.1)
  • Grade 11: Perseverance ✍How did Amelia Earhart's desire to become a pilot develop and ultimately affect her life and legacy? (CCSS.RI.11-12.3; CCSS.W.11-12.2)
  • Grade 12: Family and Influence ✍Why does the narrator attack the yellow wallpaper rather than her husband? Consider how the author develops the themes of madness or illness in relation to the roles that nineteenth century women were expected to play. (CCSS.RL.11-12.2; CCSS.W.11-12.1)
  • Grade 12: Perseverance ✍How did Sally Ride's ambitions to become an astronaut develop and ultimately affect her life and legacy? (CCSS.RI.11-12.3; CCSS.W.11-12.2)