Review and record key vocabulary surrounding the women's rights movement with a group of customizable vocabulary templates.
The Women’s Rights Movement for Kids
What was the Women’s Rights Movement? What about woman’s suffrage? These concepts are tough for adults to explain, so can you imagine how tough it is for students to fully understand them? We’ve put together several resources to help you better explain the movement and others to help your young learners organize their learning, starting with a group of vocabulary organizers.
The Women’s Suffrage Vocabulary Organizer Pack helps students record, organize, and understand the key concepts of the women’s suffrage movement and the fight for the right to vote. This set includes 4 graphic organizers that can be used separately or together. They make excellent inserts for interactive notebooks, or as stand-alone resources for studying women’s history. We have included organizers with and without words, so you can customize them as needed!
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This resource was created by Katy Blevins, a teacher in Georgia and Teach Starter Collaborator.
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