Discover eight fascinating women from different fields as part of your women's history month study
. Students “meet” Marie Curie, Jane Goodall, and more. After reading the true stories of these important women, past and present, students create a doodle and write about the figure.
This detailed guide includes:
- Suggested uses
- Informational text on 8 women
- Student handouts for centers or other activities
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Use with other Women's history month activities
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