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Women’s History Month: 5 Ways to Celebrate Women and Their Contributions to History

March 17th, 2015

Women have always played an important role in our nation’s history. From fighting for civil rights to advancing the field of science, the contributions of women are recognized every March with Women’s History Month. Consider taking this opportunity to spend time with your kids to celebrate the accomplishments of women with these activities.     […]

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Women’s History and STEM: 7 Ideas for Young Explorers

March 14th, 2014

For centuries, women have studied and made groundbreaking discoveries in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields. Encourage your girls and boys to appreciate the contributions of women scientists. With our seven ideas, learn about some outstanding women from the history of STEM innovation and inspire your kids’ scientific explorations – indoors and outdoors. 1. […]

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Women’s History Through Art and Dance: 5 Ways to Celebrate and Express Creativity

February 28th, 2014

March is Women’s History Month and Youth Art Month. In March, or any time of year, celebrate women’s contributions to the arts with some hands-on activities for kids – girls and boys. Learn, reflect and create! 1. Study women’s perspectives at an art museum or gallery: Tour the galleries of an art museum this month […]