Women’s History Month Series

Women's History Month Series on Multicultural Kid Blogs

We are thrilled to announce our first annual Women’s History Month series, celebrating the contributions and accomplishments of women around the world.  Follow along all month plus link up your own posts below!  You can also find these and more posts on our Women’s History board on Pinterest:

March 2
A Book Long Enough on Multicultural Kid Blogs: Strong Girls in Kids’ Books

March 3
Melibelle in Tokyo: Ballerinas of Color

March 4
Crafty Moms Share: Hypatia – Multicultural Mathematics

March 6
For the Love of Spanish: Rosario Castellanos

March 9
In The Playroom: Women in Islamic History – Asiya Bint Muzahim

March 10
Montessori en Casa: Maria Montessori

March 11
A Book Long Enough: No Damsels in Distress: Clever Girls in Fairy Tales, Folklore, and Princess Stories

March 12
MommyMaestra: 3 Hispanic Women Who Rocked World History

March 13
Mama Smiles: Mothers Who Changed the World

March 16
All Done Monkey: Two Wings of a Bird Craft

March 19
Family in Finland: 5 Children’s Activities about Mulan

March 20
Kitchen Counter Chronicles: Women in Science

March 23
The Jenny Evolution: Picture Books About Amazing Women

March 24
La Cité des Vents: Hildegarde von Bingen

March 25
Melibelle in Tokyo: Women in Jewish History

March 26
Marie’s Pastiche: Extraordinary Women from the Muslim World

March 27
Pint Size Gourmets: Julia Child

March 30
The Art Curator for Kids: The Art of Käthe Kollwitz

March 31
Witty Hoots: Emily Wilding Davison and Women’s Suffrage in Britain

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