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Celebrating Women's History Month In Your Space


Celebrating Women's History Month In Your Space

Women's History Month is a time to recognizing the great contributions that women have made to our nation. The 2019 theme for Women’s History Month is “Visionary Women: Champions of Peace & Nonviolence."

To celebrate this month, we are sharing some of our favorite ways to celebrate Women's History Month in a simple, project-based approach. How are you going to celebrate Women's History Month this month?

10 Coloring Pages for Women's History Month

by Gwyneth Jones

Are you looking for simple impactful coloring pages for Women's History Month? Gwyneth Jones has curated a few coloring pages that are perfect to add to your makerspace for Women's History Month!

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20 DIY Musical Instruments

by Jodi Meaningful Mama

Cuban American Celia Cruz was one of the most popular Latina singers of all time. Her nickname was the “Queen of Salsa.” Celebrate Celia Cruz during Women's History Month by reading Celia Cruz, Queen of Salsa by Veronica Chambers, illustrated by Julie Maren and by making homemade rhythm instruments by Jodi Meaningful Mama to create your own salsa music!

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Learn How Small Actions Can Make A Big Impact

by Skype in the Classroom & Dr. Goodall

This event is not during Women's History Month, but it is the perfect way to empower girls who are interested in STEM! Inspire the next generation of conservationists to love and protect our planet in this free broadcast and live chat with Microsoft guest, Dr. Jane Goodall, the world- renowned scientist and environmentalist. Registration is currently open for a FREE Skype in the Classroom broadcast and live chat with Dr. Jane Goodall on April 2nd and 9th.

Click here to read more and register.


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