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Tonya Kelly, M.Ed

Women's History Month Choice Board

Grades: 3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade
Subjects: Art, History, English Language Arts

Student Instructions

March is Women's History Month As a part of this Women’s history month activity, here is a fun choice board for you to learn all about historical women who shaped our country. seesaw instructions 1. click add response 2. complete each activity by clicking the link 3. Once you have completed all activities click the check and add activity the journal 4.HAVE FUN!!!!

Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

March is Women's History Month and this year, it feels extra important to celebrate. But when did Women's History Month start? According to TIME magazine, in 1980, President Jimmy Carter proclaimed that March 2 to March 8would be recognized as Women's History Week. The National Women's History Project had been pushing for and petitioning the idea as feminists pointed out the absence of women's contribution in the history books. Formed in the 1970s, the National Women's History Project's goal was to revise the curriculum in schools in Sonoma County, California to honor the great achievements women had made (and continue to make).