Women's History Month Freebie
Free resource from LaNesha Tabb and Naomi O'Brien:
Women’s History is important all year and especially in March! When we teach our K and 1 students, we like to first let them know why this month is needed and why it’s so important. Some students may wonder why there’s no Men’s History Month. We let them know that historically, EVERY month has been Men’s History Month! Until recently, women were never centered in stories. Their accomplishments were rarely being taught or highlighted.
We wanted to share this freebie with you! It can be paired with almost any book or video you share with your students about a woman of your choosing.
Students can write or draw information as they learn it. Boxes are available for students to write down the woman’s name, draw her picture, her birthday, where she lived/lives, what she’s known for, additional information, and something they’d like to remember about what they learned!
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