Women's History FREEBIE Revised 2017!
Women's History Month FREEBIE: Revised 2017!
This freebie contains a reading comprehension activity for Rosa Parks. The complete unit contains activities for 20 great women in history. The interactive unit
Enjoy this FREE sample from my larger Women's History Bundle!
1. Fun Fact Poster
2. Bio Poem
3. Research Template
4. K-W-L Chart
5. Stamp Activity
6. Web Organizer
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Two Women's History Month - amazing women posters in color and black&white, with coloring and writing activities. Includes printing for younger students and two research activities: "Amazing Women!" and "An important woman in my family"
Because Elizabeth Cady Stanton rocks and everyone should know about her, this set is FREE! A close reading passage, report sheet, cut and paste timeline, fact web, and a few extras are included. I used this in a small group with some of my first
For Women's History Month, students match historical women to an aspect of their lives they were known for, use a word bank to match the women to a famous quotes of theirs, match the women to their images, and lastly answer two opinion questions.
This mini unit about Pocahontas is the PERFECT addition to your social studies curriculum during women's history month! There are a variety of fun activities to do with your students during this unit! The best part? It's NO PREP! Just print, copy,
This Women's History Month freebie will guide your students through a mini-research process (either on the internet or through biographies) to learn about an important woman in history and her life story. Once the student locates information and
A complete set of free lesson plans for math, language arts, science, social studies and related arts activities for grade 2, grade 3, grade 4. These activities and plans use the auto race themed book FEARLESS: the story of racing legend Louise
This free product was designed in the style of trading cards to use the amazing clipart from artist Philip Martin.
Each card shows one of twenty-four famous women. A template is included for adding a fact sheet to the back of the card.
Welcome to my store! :) If you're a fan of quality fluency for primary learners, then...this is the place for you to be! ;) I am super excited about a series of monthly/seasonal fluency that I'll be releasing this summer for second
Women's History Month honors the achievements, improvements and discoveries of women. It’s time to celebrate and honor them! Your students are members of the Festivals and Events Committee which will be hosting the first annual
March is Women's History Month! Use this document to have students create a flyer advertising the life and accomplishments of a specific woman - both historical and/or contemporary. Students can be assigned or choose an individual to research.
This free listing of women trailblazers includes lots of links that Teachers may find helpful to use with their students during Women's History Month. There are several questions for students to answers making the resource a possible Interactive
You'll need a coat hanger, scissors, glue stick, and crayons.
This mobile was created based on the women featured in If You Lived When Women Won Their Rights by Anne Kamma.
Print the pages. For the first page, color in the letters (and add your
Do you have unmotivated and unruly High School and Middle School students? As teachers, we are competing with sex, drugs, hip hop and popular culture - and we are losing. My coupons poke fun at popular culture figures. This coupon strategy brings
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-close read passage with
Celebrate Women's History Month while learning about sentence structure with VocabularySpellingCity's Sentence Unscramble. This game can also be played online at www.spellingcity.com
, where our 25 learning games and activities are all compatible
This free Women's History Month resource includes a handout (color or b/w) with eight quotes by eight American women. It also comes with a "Quote Analysis" printable for practicing some critical thinking skills!
Also included are some ideas for
While downloading awesome products on here to use with my students, I realized I was having trouble coming up with a good comprehensive ready to use list of women for my students to choose from to complete their projects! I put this together and
Students are required to interview a woman they admire about their views on feminism and women's rights. Because I teach a special education class students were only asked to answer 6 questions in complete sentences so this is only a 15 minute
To remember Women's History Month in Middle School, we've created this great graphic organizer research activity!
To help students research a famous female figure from history, this graphic organizer is a great way for students to fill out
March is Women's History Month. This Activity requires No prep and is a great way to teach your students about Important Women in History. This Activity Set Includes 5 Worksheet for creating a Postage stamp to honor Important Woman in History.
Check out this fun/informative FREE Reader's Theater Script on First Lady Edith Wilson. When her husband became ill, some say Edith did many of the responsibilities of the Presidency. Called the Acting First Man, Secret President and Presidentress
This morning message set highlights influential women. Everyday in march a different women is highlighted with a fact about her and her contribution.
The bundle include
-Morning Message Powerpoint with facts and graphics
Celebrate Women's History Month!
This crossword puzzle was designed with high schoolers in mind. Ideally they are familiar with all the women however they may need to do quick research to answer some of the clues. This might be an appropriate
Check out this fun/informative FREE Reader's Theater Script on First Lady Florence Harding, the first First Lady to vote in a presidential election...and we think voted for her husband, Warren!
Appreciate any feedback and would very much appreciate
Music Listening Journals are a great way for students to be able to express how they feel, what they hear, and to analyze pieces of music. Students absorb music differently, so the most effective way to reflect new music that is introduced is to
See what these Guided Research Activities are all about! With this free sample!
Are you looking for a way to guide your students research influential women or celebrate Women's History Month? Profile Posters are a guided research platform to
Women's History Month Bookmark preview:
Includes 9 double sided bookmarks, with space for students to record notes about influential women as they learn about the women.
-Joan of Arc
Introduce students to Women's History Month through readers theatre. This can be done in small group or as a whole group activity. Have students agree upon the gestures and sound effects to increase engagement and interest.
Recently, Glamour magazine had the Schuyler sisters (Renée Elise Goldsberry, Phillipa Soo and Jasmine Cephas Jones) perform feminist quotes in honor of Women's History Month.
As I create the women's history month curriculum for our school's
This resource was so much fun for my students after we completed a research study on influential women who have been on U.S. Postage Stamps! After they researched women already on stamps, they selected a current (living) famous/influential woman who
Discover some interesting women from all over the world with this women's history month doodle madness activity. Great for Women's History Month, March Madness and beyond. Students investigate a famous woman from history based on existing Google
Grades K-5; Special needs modified
Complete a fun and exciting project celebrating National Women's History Month. Give each student/group a different woman in history and they can create an information card and portrait for each woman.
Powerpoint useful during Women's history month; includes photos, kwl chart of women's history month to introduce topic. Photos of famous women; Susan B. Anthony, Helen Keller, Amelia Earhart, kwl/photos of Oprah Winfrey, Georgia O'Keeffe, Wilma
Georgia O'Keeffe was inspired by nature. She taught art to students as well as painting for herself. Following are EASY to teach and fun art projects, nature hike projects, and O'Keeffe quotes for students of all ages to complete and enjoy.
This is a powerpoint that will introduce intermediate students (4th-6th) to the rights of women from 1620-1920 including the struggle to expand those rights. The powerpoint includes a pre/post test and timeline, quickwrite, graphic organizer and
Celebrate spring with this Common Core aligned freebie. It is a sample of my larger monthly close reading units.
This freebie is a sample of "some" of the activities for one
Biography reports would be great to use for Black History, President's Day, Women's History, ect. It includes 3 bio reports, 2 lessons, list of names for students to research, and a rubric.
Hope you enjoy.
Women's History Month is celebrated in March. Harriet Beecher Stowe is the perfect subject for Black History month and Women's History month or anytime as a resource to learn about an influential figure in American history and improve reading
Looking for a fun way to bring Women's History Month into your Reader's Workshop lesson?
Are you a 3rd grade Georgia Social Studies teacher?
This freebie will be the perfect addition to your reading or social studies lesson! It also makes a great