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Women's History Month Activities, Lessons, Calendar, Women's History Biographies

Grade Levels
4th - 7th
Formats Included
  • PDF
101 pages
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This resource is designed to celebrate Women’s History Month in the classroom. Students will learn about over 25 important and influential women to fill every school day of the month. As they learn about each woman, they’ll create a calendar fact card that they can glue to their March calendar. The end result is an interactive and meaningful calendar that celebrates Women’s History Month.

This resource includes everything students will need to make the interactive calendar, a profile pack filled with mini-biographies for all the women they study, and larger profile cards for a classroom display or a fact hunt.

There are a variety of ways to teach this resource!

All Month Long

Students can learn about one woman and add one calendar fact card to their calendar each school day in March. This method lends itself to a daily warm-up or end-of-the-day activity. If you start this method later in the month, you can easily double up on profiles and calendar facts.

Single Day

Students can learn about every woman and complete the calendar in a class period (or two) while going on a “fact hunt.” This option lends itself to completion at the start of the month, before a school break, or anytime!

Along with a Women’s History Month Profile Pack (included)

If you’d like, students can also create a Women’s History Month Profile Pack filled with the profiles from each woman that they learn about. This profile pack can be created if they learn about each person one-at-a-time or even if they learn about the significant people during a single day.

Independently, Small Groups, or Whole Class

Students can easily complete their Women’s History Month calendars independently, with small groups, in learning stations, or as a whole class!

This resource contains everything you need to teach about Women’s History Month in any method you choose. Therefore, you’ll find a variety of options for the student materials. This is so that you can pick and and choose the versions of each material that works best for your instructional and photocopying needs.

This resource includes:

  • Resource Overview (for the teacher)
  • Detailed Lesson Plans (broken into three steps with four teaching options) – 4 pages
  • Additional Ideas for Extending Student Learning
  • Women’s History Month Calendar (2 pages)
  • 27 Profile Cards on ½ sheets of paper (14 pages)
  • Calendar Fact Cards – all people on 3 pages (3 pages)
  • Calendar Fact Cards – all people on individual pages (27 pages)
  • Profile Pack Cover and Back Page (1 page)
  • Profile Pack Mini-Biographies – one person per page (27 pages)
  • Profile Pack Mini-Biographies – multiple people per page (9 pages)

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Total Pages
101 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 month
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