Honor Women’s History Month with your students by reading enriching biographies that will inspire all learners.
Covering a wide breadth of disciplines, eras, and reading levels, these nonfiction titles explore the vital contributions women have made to history, culture, and society. From politics and science, to sports and the arts and more, the endless fields in which women have made great strides will open your students’ eyes to their achievements and legacy. They’ll also have the chance to explore the many challenges these women faced along the way.
Perfect for building lesson plans around Women’s History Month or specific eras in history, these titles will help you teach students about the value of perseverance and overcoming adversity.
For instance, I Am Ruby Bridges shares the landmark story of one brave little girl who changed the trajectory of the Civil Rights movement and helped build a bridge between all people — told from the perspective of Ruby Bridges herself. Use this reading guide to spark meaningful conversation and reflection about Ruby Bridges' legacy and impact on education for future generations.
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