Women’s History Month runs all March long, and I’m H E R E for it! When I first started teaching, I actually started my personal library collection with picture book bio’s. So no surprise here… that I get super pumped about sharing the trailblazing lives of so many different women with my littles throughout March.
To help support understanding & give a chance to engage with a text, I created a collection of print & go worksheets and simple crafts – ideal for a K-1 setting. The Complete Women’s History Bundle focuses on 14 different ladies & can be paired with some great picture books.
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Nowadays, you can find tons of awesome picture books that are nonfiction and deliver kid-friendly information in such an engaging way. And as a kinder teacher, I truly appreciate it.
If you’re needing some great book ideas, I’ve got you covered. To browse a collection of over 70 women’s biography picture books, check out my Amazon Book Shop (affiliate) by clicking here. Or, If you’re like… ALICIA that’s too many to look at right now, you can read about my 14 favorites over on this blog post . Oh, are you on Epic!? If so, I’ve also got a list of over 30 texts perfect for K-2 friends. Copy that digital collection to your own account using this link.
Peek Inside the Women’s History Bundle
Low prep printables made for K-1 friends, matching response crafts for each woman and visual supports to make a quick anchor chart (with a picture timeline) after reading! If I found a great nonfiction Epic! Link, I linked it inside the PDF.
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