This year marks the 100th anniversary of women receiving the right to vote, through the passing of the 19th amendment.

To commemorate this monumental achievement in women’s history, NewseumED is offering free, online resources to help students understand and comprehend the magnitude of the women’s suffrage movement. Included are lesson plans, videos, activities, and artifacts that can be used to observe Women’s History Month (March) – and all year round.

These lessons are standards-aligned and support historical connections, media literacy, and civics and citizenship. Teachers may need to sign into NewseumED for access to some of the resources but registration is free.

Check out these resources today by going to NewseumED.

About Kristin Oropeza
Kristin is a full-time special education teacher, contract consultant, and educational content writer. She is a Google Certified Teacher (Level 1 and 2), Google Certified Trainer, and MIE Expert for 2020-2021.