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Women's History Month

Updated: 02/21/2017

Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month and it’s time to learn about the important women in our history.

First, think about a woman who has made a difference (in science, medicine, or sports for example) and think about how and why she is special.

Next, complete the attached sheet, recording why this woman should be celebrated. Use your best handwriting and complete sentences in your work.

Then, use the person cutout to create the woman you are honoring in this project. Include details and be creative.

Finally, come to school on Wednesday, March 1st with your Women’s History project. Be prepared to share your project with your classmates.

Some suggestions include: Amelia Earhart, Sally Ride, Rosa Parks, Anne, Frank, Harriet Tubman, Marie Curie, Helen Keller

Due Date – Wednesday, March 1st.