Celebrate the lives of women who made a difference! First, students research contributions of famous women. Second, they use themed stationery to present their findings. Third, you create a beautiful display for your classroom or hallway wall.
• 3 sheets to guide research
• 1 sheet for recording works cited
• 24 personalized photo/contribution sheets (one for each woman) to use as stand-alone mini posters, report covers, or displays
• 24 personalized lined sheets for writing informative text (one for each woman)
• 24 personalized blank sheets for typing informative text (one for each woman)
• 1 lined sheet of stationery with no personalization
• 1 blank sheet of stationery with no personalization
• 1 printable title page suitable to hang with projects
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Featured Women in History:
• Jane Addams
• Susan B. Anthony
• Clara Barton
• Elizabeth Blackwell
• Nellie Bly
• Molly Brown
• Catherine the Great
• Marie Curie
• Amelia Earhart
• Elizabeth I
• Ella Fitzgerald
• Indira Gandhi
• Helen Keller
• Margaret Mead
• Mother Teresa
• Florence Nightingale
• Rosa Parks
• Sally Ride
• Eleanor Roosevelt
• Wilma Rudolph
• Harriet Tubman
• Madame C.J. Walker
Research opportunities can be scaled to your needs:
• Sheet #1 - For a quick burst of research, ask each student to complete only the contribution sheet.
• Sheet #2 - If you want something a bit longer, add the first research sheet, which asks for biographical information and contributions.
• Sheet #3 - To probe deeper into each life, explore challenges faced and overcome.
• Sheet #4 - For higher order thinking, ask students to consider how history changed the woman’s life and how the woman changed history.
• Differentiation – Assign different sheets to individual learners in your class based on their needs.
All photographs and drawings in this product are in the public domain and may be legally reproduced.
Common Core State Standards Addressed:
• W.4.2, W.5.2, W.6.2 – Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.
• W.4.7, W.5.7, W.6.7 – Conduct short research projects, drawing on several sources.
• W.4.8, W.5.8, W.6.8 – Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources.
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Enjoy this research project in March for Women's History Month or any time of the year!