10

10 Influential Women Who Changed History

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Earhart

Amelia Earhart and Clara Barton

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Printable Women's History Worksheets

Women are often overlooked and have throughout history been treated as a second-class citizen in many cultures throughout the world. Many women have made priceless contributions to humanity. In this set of printable we try offer just a small glimpse of their contribution.

  1. Acrostic Poem
  2. Crossword Puzzle
  3. Crossword Puzzle Answers
  4. Group Creative Writing Activity
  5. Multiple Choice Quiz Page 1
  6. Multiple Choice Quiz Page 2
  7. Multiple Choice Quiz Answers
  8. Spiral Puzzle
  9. Spiral Puzzle Answers
  10. Women Who Are Noteworthy
  11. VENN Diagram: Comparing Women's Rights
  12. Vocabulary Quiz
  13. Vocabulary Words and Definitions
  14. Biographical Data Form
  15. Word Scramble
  16. Word Scramble Answers
  17. Word Search
  18. March Worksheet Collection
  19. Voting: Registering and Why It's Important
  20. What Are Political Parties?
Modern

O'Connor, McClintock, and Clinton

- Worksheet Sets
- Reading Passages

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Helpers

Roosevelt and Anthony Printable Series

- Eleanor Roosevelt
- Susan B. Anthony

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Printable Bulletin Board Items

  1. Amelia Earhart and Clara Barton
  2. Billie Jean King, Helen Hayes, and Rosa Parks
  3. Eleanor Roosevelt and Susan B. Anthony
  4. Sandra O'Connor, McClintock, & Hillary Clinton
Civil Rights

Civil Rights Workbook

- A Look Back
- Skill Builders

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BJK

King, Hayes, Parks

- Women That Stood Up
- Natural Leaders

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