Women’s History Month Comprehension Stories,
Book, & Pictures (3 resources included for early & emergent readers)
Every March our country celebrates the contributions that many women have made to this and other countries. There are many 1st and achievements that are a part of history. These stories teach children about specific women and events in history. For the teacher this resource includes meaningful information about each person to share with your students. After you have shared the information with the students, there is a comprehension worksheet. Each woman is introduced with a short story. To build comprehension the students have to answer simple comprehension questions.
After using the resource Women’s History Month Comprehension Stories I have included the “Who Am I” book to extend the lesson. You will find a blank line under the picture of the woman. The children will have to write, I am Oprah Winfrey (example), on each page. Also I have included a real-life picture of each woman to go with this lesson.
The skills include concepts of print, recognizing sight words, vocabulary, punctuation, sentence structure, handwriting, and reading comprehension. These 3 resources will be a great addition to your women’s history month resources and a great way to teach your children about outstanding woman history makers. Thank you in advance for your purchase & positive feedback! Please visit my store for more great instructional resources that will surely enrich your learning environment.
Click Here to Visit My Store!
Your Partner in Education,
Dr. Mia’s Learning Lab
Joan of Arc