- PBS has various film and curriculum highlighting famous women.
- Check out this slide presentation and discussion lesson, English and History: Women of the World.
- Scholastic has various interactive lessons that highlight famous women and classroom projects.
- Teaching History features lesson plans and quizzes.
- The Library of Congress has various primary sources including newspapers and images.
- Read Write Think has a variety of interactives and lesson plans for students.
- Check out this slide presentation, Forgotten Women in Tech History.
- Check out this slide presentation, 10 Women From History Whose Footprints Will Astound You! , which can be used as a writing prompt or discussion and research starter.
- The National Education Association has lesson plans for grades K to 12 supporting the 2017 theme, Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor and Business.
- Here’s a list of quizzes for Women’s History Month.
- Check out this playlist to do a video lesson, Super Women of Our Past.
- You might also enjoy this playlist, Celebrate International Women’s Day.
- Also, check out this playlist, Celebrate Women’s History Month.
Challenge: Use one of these resources to inspire your students by the women of history who accomplished great things.
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Shelly Terrell is an education consultant, technology trainer, and author. Read more at teacherrebootcamp.com.