From ancients to contemporaries, this book is packed with remarkable stories of brave, creative, talented, and smart women who are sure to inspire.
Who inspires you? Submit a comment to this blog by Wednesday, March 14, to let us know. One lucky teacher will be randomly selected to win this book—right in time to use during Women’s History Month!
In the meantime, here are some history-making freebies for you.
The new Secrets of American History books, part of Simon & Schuster’s Ready-to-Read series, feature kid-pleasing topics like invisible ink and secret spy missions. Plus you’ll find free awards certificates and printables and a star system so you can quickly match readers with the right level. Take a peek here.
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America’s top young scientist just might be sitting in your classroom. Encourage your grades 5–8 students to enter the 2018 Young Scientist Challenge. They could win variety of awesome prizes, including a $25,000 Grand Prize. Click here to find everything you need to get kids started.
Clara Barton, Michelle Obama, Malala Yousafzai, Harriet Tubman, Helen Keller, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Queen Elizabeth I; it’s hard to know which inspiring women to pick. I think I’ll pick them all!