Free Women's History Month Lessons & Activities

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Resource:Free Women's History Month Lessons & Activities
Provider:The Library of Congress
Summary:Age Range: 10 and up (approximately, with parental supervision). March is Women's History Month that recognizes and celebrates the importance of women and their role in history. This website, sponsored by the Library of Congress, offers extensive free resources including articles, exhibitions, audio/visual presentations, lessons, activities and more to learn about women's history.
Description:When you get to the website you'll see an introduction and featured highlights and events. Use the menu on the left side of the page to access:

*Exhibits & Collections - An archive of links to resources that include virtual field trips to historic places such as the homes of Clara Barton and Eleanor Roosevelt, and links to information on Women's Rights, and women in Performing Arts, Government and Politics, Culture and Folklife, and much more.

*Audio/Video - Enjoy audio and video presentations about women in Arts and Culture, Business and Economics, Civil Rights, Music and Performing Arts, Poetry and Literature, and more.

*For Teachers - Access ready-to-use lesson plans, student activities, collection guides and research aids. Donít miss the link to "Women's History." When the new page opens, you'll see an illustration of a woman. Below it, are links to "Lesson Plans," and a section "For Students" with many, many more resources to explore.

There is a massive amount of content here, so bookmark the site to return often.

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