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Women’s History

by Mary Ann Kelley

Homeschool resources about women's history

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Online Social Studies Lessons
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Promote a can-do attitude toward learning
with online social studies lessons that
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  • Get history, geography, civics & more
  • Teaches concepts with a sense of humor
  • Available to elementary & middle schoolers

Eleanor Roosevelt: First Lady of the World  (M)
This lesson is based on the National Register of Historic Places registration file "Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site" and other source materials. It was written by Todd Stoeberl, former Park Ranger, Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site. Students learn about Eleanor Roosevelt's contributions as a humanitarian.

Time for Kids: Women's History Month  (Y)
From Time for

Women's History Month Printables, Activities, and Resources for Kids  (Y,M)

Celebrate Women's History Month   (Y,M, T)
From teacher's collection.

Women Who Changed History  (Y,M)

Teacher Planet's: Women's History Month  (Y)
From The Educators Network Inc.

Women's History Month Resources  (Y,M)
From Info Please.

The First Ladies  (Y,M)
From White Learn more about America's First Ladies the their contributions to our great nation.

National Women's Hall of Fame  (Y,M,O,T)
Showcasing great American Women through history.

National Women's History Project (NWHP)  (Y,M,O,T)
Recognizing the achievements of Multicultural American women making a positive difference in today's world.

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