March is Women’s History Month, and March 8th is International Women’s Day! Both of these are great reasons to discuss inspiring women throughout history and start thinking about women who have inspired your own students! Use this women’s history month free printable with your students to brainstorm an inspiring woman, draw a picture, and then write about her! Works well for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade.
Are you teaching about women’s history month this March? Or perhaps you’re celebrating International Women’s Day. Either way, it’s so great to also talk about the everyday women who have inspired your students! It might be their mom, sister, grandma, aunt, cousin, or even YOU-their favorite teacher! Keep reading to get your freebie that will help them highlight a great woman in their lives! Get it inside Simply Kinder + Printable Membership here!
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There are so many women throughout history who have accomplished great things! Some of the most amazing writers, inventors, scientists, athletes, musicians, doctors, and activists have been women!
Click here to check out some teacher-approved videos of some inspiring women who have made history!
While it’s so hard to narrow it down, there are 5 women that your students would definitely love to learn about! Click here to get these easy readers about inspiring women. Simple, informative text that will be easy to read and great picture support make these the perfect resource for women’s history month!
Women’s History Month Free Printable
Someone doesn’t have to be famous to be an inspiration to others! There are lots of everyday women who do amazing things and mean a lot to your students! You can first talk about what the word “inspire” means and turn that into a vocabulary lesson! Then, help them brainstorm a woman who has made a difference in their lives. It could be a family member, friend, teacher, doctor, coach, postal carrier, friendly face at the supermarket- the possibilities are endless!
We know it’s not “one size fits all” in preschool, kindergarten, or first grade! That’s why we always try to offer lots of differentiation! This printable offers:
- Picture boxes with different women for inspiration
- Sentence starter or no sentence starter
- Dotted lines or solid lines
These would look great either displayed in your classroom or the students could bring home/send a copy to the woman they chose to write about! It’s sure to make anyone feel special, knowing they have inspired young minds!
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This post was written by Johanna, an experienced early elementary teacher who loves learning about new teaching ideas for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade!