4 Ways to Celebrate Women’s History Month

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March is Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate the way women have helped shape American history, and learn about some of the important things they’ve done—like fighting for the right to vote and winning the Nobel Peace Prize. Below are some fun activities you can check out with your parents to learn about other cool things women have done throughout history.

Create your own lesson plan

Scholastic’s Women Who Changed History website has biographies, interviews, and quizzes full of facts and information about famous women who have helped shape our country.

Play Trivia with Rapid-Fire Fast Facts

Ever wondered what women have been pictured on U.S. stamps? Or which female college basketball coach has the most wins ever? Find out the answer to these facts and more at Fact Monster’s Women’s History Month page.

Travel Through History with a Good Book

Over the course of America’s history, women of all backgrounds have fought the important battle for equality. At the bottom of this article, you can find a collection of books you can use to teach your kids about women’s campaign for the right to vote, notable suffragettes, and the importance of the 19th amendment. 

Get Creative!

Head over to education.com and get creative with coloring pages of influential women throughout history. You can download fun and educational pages of powerful figures like Sally Ride, Sojourner Truth, Jane Goodall, and Sacajawea.