Friday, March 1, 2019

5 Printable Packets for Women's History Month

Did you know that March is Women's History Month? It sure seems like there are a lot of women making history right now, but the truth is that women have ALWAYS made history. They just haven't usually been recognized for their contributions.

And so, I'm delighted to be participating in Multicultural Kid Blogs' blog hop in celebration of Women's History Month (scroll down to read more)! The site is run by a board of women around the world who are just the most fabulous people to work with and befriend. They do amazing things and write such wonderful posts that share and reveal the experiences of mothers and families all across the globe. If you've never visited their site, please do. You'll learn so much and love the content!

Over the years, I've created quite a few products featuring women in history. And I have several new ones planned for this month so keep an eye out! For the moment, though, here's a refresher of all my products. Some are for sale in my TpT shop, and one I collaborated on with my lovely friend Annabelle (of thepiripirilexicon.com) in Germany for Multicultural Kid Blogs (MKB), and the other is one that was created by my talented friend Julie of OpenWidetheWorld.com also for MKB.

I hope you enjoy them as much as I have making them or using them!



This reading comprehension packet can be used for Women's History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, or any time of the year. It comes with one-page reading passages and reading comprehension questions and activities for 10 famous Latinas. Click on the link to read more.




Introduce your students to Susan B. Anthony with this easy, no-prep, printable poster and glossary!




Introduce your students to women in world history with this fun packet! These fact files may be used as individual bookmarks or as a fandex. It features 18 historical figures.
Click on the link to read more.
PLEASE NOTE: This is available in English only!




This educational, no-prep packet includes one-page reading passages featuring 20 women in history, a reading comprehension quiz for each reading passage, additional comprehension worksheets that boost vocabulary, writing, and critical thinking skills, and a recommended reading list for further research.




This month-long unit for Women’s History Month incorporates the study of 20 women, five in each of four categories: Human Rights, Politics, Science and The Arts.


Women's History Month Series on Multicultural Kid Blogs

Join us for our annual Women's History Month series, celebrating the contributions and accomplishments of women around the world! Don't miss our series from last year, 2017, 2016 and 2015, and find even more posts on our Women's History board on Pinterest:


Participating Blogs
Biracial Bookworms on Multicultural Kid Blogs
Great Family Reads
Mama Tortuga: Latin American Women that Transcended | Bilingual
MommyMaestra
Alizehmysoul
Ketchupmoms
Living Ideas
Mommy Evolution


Don't miss our Women's History Month Activity Printables, on sale now!

  Women's History Month Activity Printables

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