Second Grade Women's History Month Worksheets and Printables

Paper Dolls, biographies, reading comprehension and even coloring pages help second grade students recognize famous women throughout history. While women's history is important all year round, Women's History Month is a perfect time for second graders to focus on women's issues and the bravery of a few key figures that will inspire them. Second grade social studies worksheets are a great compliment to the ones below.
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Bessie Coleman and Mae Jemison Bessie Coleman and Mae Jemison Explore the lives of two high-flying pioneers -- Bessie Coleman and Dr. Mae Jemison.
Julia Child Biography Julia Child Biography Kids who are just starting to read nonfiction can get their feet wet with this easy Julia Child biography that has a quick comprehension exercise at the end.
Shakuntala Devi Shakuntala Devi A natural with numbers, Shakuntala Devi rose to fame at a young age by showing the calculator who's boss with her lightning-fast mental math.
Madam C.J. Walker Madam C.J. Walker Madam C.J. Walker was a woman who made a lifetime out of breaking barriers.
Ada Lovelace Biography Ada Lovelace Biography Our wired society as we know it today might not exist without the work of one woman: Ada Lovelace.
Celia Cruz: Historical Heroes Celia Cruz: Historical Heroes If your child loves singing but isn't so hot on studying history, help her get started studying with this worksheet about singer Celia Cruz.
Hatshepsut Hatshepsut Cleopatra's cool and all, but we just can't help loving Hatshepsut, a woman who, when there were no men to take the throne, stepped up to the plate and did things her way.
Women in History: Marian Anderson Women in History: Marian Anderson Marian Anderson was a singer whose talent and grace broke down many racial barriers in the mid-20th century.
Rosie the Riveter Coloring Page Rosie the Riveter Coloring Page Introduce your child to Rosie the Riveter, and important symbol of female empowerment, with this coloring page.
Sacagawea Paper Doll Sacagawea Paper Doll Learning about Lewis & Clark? This paper doll of Sacagawea for kids is a great way to immerse your student in social studies.
Juliette Gordon Low Paper Doll Juliette Gordon Low Paper Doll Learn a little more about Juliette Gordon Low รข and check out an original 1912 Girl Scout uniform!
Clara Barton for Kids Clara Barton for Kids Learn about Clara Barton and the work she did with this paper doll of Clara Barton for kids.
Marian Anderson Paper Doll Marian Anderson Paper Doll This Women's History Month, meet a true diva -- Marian Anderson -- in this paper doll project just for kids.
Jackie Joyner-Kersee Paper Doll Jackie Joyner-Kersee Paper Doll Meet Olympic legend and undisputed all-star athlete, Jackie Joyner-Kersee with this fun paper doll for Women's History Month.
Deborah Sampson Deborah Sampson Want to meet a real-life Mulan? Read up on Deborah Sampson, a barrier-breaking woman who fought for equality in the armed forces.
Rosie the Riveter Paper Doll Rosie the Riveter Paper Doll Learn more about American history with this Rosie the Riveter paper doll.
Paper Dolls, biographies, reading comprehension and even coloring pages help second grade students recognize famous women throughout history. While women's history is important all year round, Women's History Month is a perfect time for second graders to focus on women's issues and the bravery of a few key figures that will inspire them. Second grade social studies worksheets are a great compliment to the ones below.