We may have passed the Ides of March but there is still plenty of time to celebrate Women's History Month. If you are still looking for resources to help you in the classroom, here is a list for you.
- Edudemic highlights the incredible list of this year's honorees from the National Women's History Project under the theme of "Celebrating Women of Character, Courage and Commitment." No shortage of role models here.
- The Library of Congress is the host of many resources including ready-to-use lesson plans, primary sources, activities, guides and more.
- Fellow blogger Suzanne has a nice round up of resources as well which includes activities and a text pairing.
- Finally, Scholastic.com features articles, unit and lesson plans, book lists and more.
Tell us what you are doing in the classroom this month to celebrate women's history.