Identify six different inspirational women in history using this cut and paste worksheet for Internatioanal Women’s Day.
What is International Women’s Day? Why Do We Celebrate It?
International Women’s Day is a global holiday that is celebrated on March 8th every year. The day is dedicated to celebrating women’s social, economic, cultural, and political achievements and promoting gender equality. It is also a time to raise awareness about women’s challenges and advocate for women’s rights.
The origins of International Women’s Day can be traced back to the early 1900s when women in many parts of the world were fighting for suffrage and better working conditions. The first National Women’s Day was observed in the United States on February 28, 1909, and the first International Women’s Day was celebrated in 1911.
Today, International Women’s Day is recognized as a public holiday in some countries, and it is marked by various events, including rallies, conferences, and cultural events. The day is also a time to honor the achievements of women who have made a significant contribution to their communities and society as a whole.
Inspirational Women Worksheet
Use this cut-and-paste worksheet to identify and learn about different inspirational women from around the world. The women included in this activity include:
- Marie Curie
- Cathy Freeman
- Ruth Bader
- Margaret Thatcher
- Marie Maynard Daly
- Louise Mack
Before completing this worksheet, spend some time learning about each woman featured. Perhaps you could focus on two women a day for the week and finish off with this cut-and-paste activity. This is a great way to check for your understanding of texts being read to the students.
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This resource was created by Lindsey Phillips, a teacher in Michigan and a Teach Starter Collaborator.
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