March is Women's History Month. Celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of women in history through literature, lesson plans, educational videos, biographies, printables and more.
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The Wage Gap: A History of Pay Inequity and the Equal Pay Act
Use these materials to teach your class about about the wage gap, the history of pay inequity, and the Equal Pay Act in the United States. (Grades 3-12) Perfect for Women's History Month and civics lessons!
23 Ruth Bader Ginsburg Quotes That Will Make You Love Her EVEN MORE
23 Inspiring Ruth Bader Ginsburg Quotes - perfect for Women's History Month!
In this printable worksheet, students must match the first name of famous American women with their last names and notable accomplishments. This is a great activity for Women's History Month! (Grades 5-8)
Ada Lovelace, the First Tech Visionary
Teach your students about the life and legacy of Ada Lovelace, the first tech visionary.
International Women's Day
Teach students about International Women's Day and Women's History Month with these activities. (Grades 5-8)
For over a century, International Women's Day has been observed on March 8 -- and this year, we've compiled 365 books by women authors from across the globe to keep the celebration going all year long.