March is Women’s History Month.
And what a time to celebrate!
For the first time ever, we have a woman Vice President — that's huge!
Women have made enormous strides in the past hundred years.
Though equal to our male counterparts, we haven’t always had the same freedoms.
It’s still an ongoing fight for change, but March is the perfect time to commemorate the progress that’s already been made.
Let’s honor these heroic women by teaching our girls (and boys!) about their legacy — and their impact on today’s society.
Pinna has put together a huge list of resources to help you celebrate Women’s History Month both at home and in the classroom.
- Rosa Refuses by Ruth Spencer Johnson
- Players in Pigtails by Shana Corey
- A Picture Book of Anne Frank by David A. Adler
- A Picture Book of Rosa Parks by David A. Adler
- Celia Cruz Queen of Salsa by Veronica Chambers
- The American Legend Annie Oakley by James Howard Kunstler
- The Song of Sacajawea by James Howard Kunstler
- Hellen Keller: The World in Her Heart by Lesa Cline-Ransome
- Ella Fitzgerald: The Tale of a Vocal Virtuosa by Andrea Davis Pinkney
- Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls
- Margaret Hamilton read by Poorna Jagannathan
- Virginia Hall read by S. Mitra Kalita
- Maria Callas read by Our Lady J
- Madam C.J. Walker read by Poorna Jagannathan
- Ada Lovelace read by Jodi Kantor
- Grace O'Malley read by Allison Mosshart
- Harriet Tubman read by Tarana Burke
- Frida Kahlo read by Pamela Adlon
- Nanny of the Maroons read by Funmilola Fagbamila
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg read by Priscilla Chan
- Corrie Ten Boom read by Amy Landecker
- Celia Cuz read by Justina Machado
- The Mirabal Sisters read by Jackie Cruz
- Carmen Amaya read by Tanya Babich
- Josephine Baker read by Ashley Graham
With this fantastic roundup, you should have plenty of material for teaching your kids about the incredible women we’re celebrating this March.
In case you’d like a little extra, check out this thorough write-up on The History Channel website and the compilation of resources from the National Women’s History Museum. For a regional resource, check out Women's Suffrage and Voting Laws in Wyoming.
We’re all ears!
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