Women's History Resources
a few sites to integrate into curriculum with Women's History . . .

World Book Online Center's subscription to World Book Online, a great resource with a wealth of information. It is a great site for pictures and articles.
Five Amazing Women Dr. Mae Jemison, Amelia Earhart, Rosa Parks, Sally Ride, Melba Pattillo
Women's Suffrage History, when did women vote, Effie Hobby's story
Biographies A to Z an extensive list of famous women information
Harriet Tubman Great site for class activity ideas from this 2nd grade class.
Encyclopedia Britannica Timelines, articles, audio, video, bibliographies, etc.
Marcopolo A MarcoGram celebrating Black History Month with activities and lessons about the Underground Railroad, poetry, novelists, history and more
Scholastic's Women's History Women's History including resources, civil rights activists, artists, journalists, scientists, among others
Women of the Revolution A classroom site where students have developed factual pages about Betsy Ross, Phillis Wheatley, Molly Pitcher, Abigail Adams, among others.
Anne Frank Anne Frank Museum, virtual tour, web cam, her writing samples
Helen Keller Her life, info about Braille, other hearing impared resources
Amilia Earhart  Biography info and other aviation sites
Women in World History Lessons around women who have made a difference around the world - early Industrial Revolution, Suffrage, provocative quotes, etc.
National Women's Hall of Fame Search for women by last name for complete biography.
Women in American History   Search Encyclopedia Britannica
Women of the Century Phenomenal Women, Decade by Decade searches or Note the Quote - who said it?
IMA Hero Amilia Earhart, Helen Keller, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman ("kid friendly")
CyberHunts and WebQuests
Women Who Dared Women in science
Simply the Best Another CyberHunt
Daily CyberHunt A different woman is highlighted each day - but only one questions per day/per woman
Musicians Women who made music - the past up to today
eMINTS eThemes - great for teacher resources!
Women's History Month There are many biographies of famous women who excelled in a variety of fields. Includes quizzes, crossword puzzles, timelines, and suggested classroom activities.
Famous Missourian Women These sites have biographies of famous women who have connections to Missouri. The list includes Bess Truman, Calamity Jane, Marie Elizabeth Oliver, Susan Elizabeth Blow, Molly Brown, Maya Angeleou, and more. Learn about the contributions they made and how they earned their fame.
Women's History Quiz Test you knowledge on Women's History
Women's History Math Hunt Upper activities that integrate math into factual information about Women's History

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