Celebrate women’s history month easily in your social studies classroom.

Celebrating holidays is an essential part of my classroom. I try to celebrate each heritage month in my classroom through projects.

One of my favorite projects is the one pager. I usually assign this project at the beginning of the month and give the students two weeks to complete.

The reason I do not give an entire month, is because I want to have a good 3 weeks to display student work.

Students love to have their work acknowledge. Show them your appreciation by hanging up their projects.

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My one-pager of Flo-jo!

When assigning projects, I always give students options. Some students do not like one-pagers (which breaks my heart). That Is why I created a mini trip-fold board they can complete instead.

You can download the Rosie the Riveter coloring sheet to start Women’s history month in your classroom.

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