Wonder Women
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Grades: 3 - 12

July is full of important events in women’s history including the July 1981 nomination of Sandra Day O’Connor to the US Supreme Court, the birth of Amelia Earhart on July 24, 1898, and the first Women’s Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, New York on July 19 and 20, 1848. Help your children learn more about women’s history and women making history today by viewing Educate.Today videos on the subject.

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    Quick Ideas for Summer Learning through Wonder Women:

  • Bring out the performer in your child. Have them view these ET videos with an actress who created a one-woman play about the life of Harriet Tubman and then choose a woman, either current or past, that they admire to research and create a first person performance about.
  • Got a kid who’s an aspiring filmmaker, documentarian, or writer? Inspire them to make a video or written biographic profile featuring a woman in history or a woman in their life by viewing these ET videos.
  • What’s it like to be a woman in a certain career? Inspire your young learner through these ET videos.
  • Let your learners express their interest in history by creating an outdoor walking tour featuring plaques and pictures highlighting women in history and women living today that they admire. Have them use poster board, markers, dowel rods and other supplies to create the “historic markers” to place around your yard for the tour. Check out these ET videos for some possible people to feature on the tour.