Twenty printable pages for students to write a personal letter during Women’s History Month (March). Students write to Mother Teresa about helping those who struggle, to Malala Yousafzai about standing up to bullies, to Michelle Obama about being healthy, to J. K. Rowling about friendship, to Hope Solo about the mental toughness, to Amelia Earhart about bravery, to Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Coretta Scott King and Hillary Clinton and Jane Goodall and Mae Jemison and Lucille Ball and Rhonda Roussey. If you want to expose your students to successful women, then you should use these letter-writing activities. Take a look at the Preview to see sample pages from this packet.
If you want more PERSONAL LETTER writing activities, then click on these packets:
Personal Letter for Women’s History Month
Personal Letter for Black History Month
Personal Letter for Valentines Day
Personal Letter for Presidents Day
Personal Letter for Holidays