Learn about the most influential female leaders during the Women’s Rights movement with an engaging instructional slide deck.
Female Leaders in History – Teaching Women’s Rights in Third through Fifth Grade
The women’s suffrage movement was led by many amazing women, such as Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and others. These women were brave and accomplished so much for our country. We’ve put together a new resource to help you teach your students about these world-changing women and all that they did for our country.
This slide deck about the female leaders of the women’s rights movement features 24 animated and engaging instructional slides designed to help your students discover
- When did women get the right to vote?
- How did Susan B. Anthony influence the women’s rights movement?
- What were Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s contributions to the women’s rights movement?
This resource is perfect for teaching third to fifth-grade students about the women who served America during the women’s suffrage movement. It features “Stop and Jot” opportunities for students to take notes, along with turn-and-talk discussion questions and fun animations that make learning just a bit more fun!
Who Led the Women’s Rights Movement?
This download includes information for each of the following women’s suffrage leaders.
- Susan B. Anthony
- Elizabeth Cady Stanton
- Ida B. Wells
- Lucretia Mott
- Sojourner Truth
- Lucy Stone
This resource pairs perfectly with our Women’s Rights Leader InstaFan Templates!
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This resource was created by Ali Endlich, a teacher in South Carolina and a Teach Starter Collaborator.
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