DEI Stories: Women's History Month Studies Throughout the Grades
DEI Stories: Women's History Month Studies Throughout the Grades

 

Women's History Month has been front and center in all of our classrooms this month. Last week we shared how one of our 4th grade classes integrated women's history into a persuasive writing lesson, and this week we are sharing more stories from Kindergarten and 5th Grade!


 

By Sarah Berson, Kindergarten Teacher
 
This month Kindergarten is diving deep into Women's History and learning about different women who have paved the way and made a difference in the world. Today we learned about Helen Keller and the Kindergarteners practiced using American Sign Language to spell their names. 
 

 


By Mary Chen, 5th Grade
 
In House 5B, students are celebrating Women's History Month by sharing slide presentations on extraordinary women around the world. Some figures they talked about included Michelle Obama, Malala Yousafzai, Greta Thunberg, and Simone Biles.

Student Presentation of Ava Duvernay

Student Presentation of Malala Yousafzai

Student Presentation of Michelle Obama

Student Presentation of J.K. Rowling