Classroom Resources for International Women’s Day

Classroom Resources for International Women's Day

International Women's Day is celebrated on March 8 every year and it is celebrated all over the world. This post is stocked full of related resources and teaching tools. Though of course, you can use the resources all year round.

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International Women's Day is celebrated globally on March 8. Explore resources and teaching tools for the classroom you can use all year round to promote girls in STEM.

A Mighty Girl is a great website full of “books, toys and movies for smart, confident, and courageous girls.” My favourite posts are those related to Mighty Girl costumes. Take a look at great examples of outfits, also a great inspiration for World Book Day costumes.

Rebel Girls has produced great short videos on fairy tales with men in the role of the “lead” character. Their youtube channel also includes a video highlighting the “ugly truth” about female book characters, or the lack of them.

International Women's Day Resources

In this section, you will find a wealth of resources for International Women's Day. Please check they are appropriate for your specific needs before using them. If you have any suggestions please get in touch

Discussion Starters: Videos

These short videos can be used as discussion starters for talking about women and equality. Watch the video before playing them to your students. Some of them are simple while others are more complex or abstract.

What Next?

Remember to check out Best Books about Inspiring Women

How do you celebrate International Women's Day and girls in STEM in your classroom? Can you recommend any resources? Let me know in the comments below. It would be great to have a selection of new resources for when I update this post.

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