Every year on March 8th, the world comes together to celebrate International Women’s Day. We want to encourage you celebrate with us this year with the wonderful women in your life, both on this special occasion as well as celebrating International Women’s Day everyday!
Below is the history of International Women’s Day, ways it is celebrated around the world, and books and resources for your home or classroom to promote gender equality all year-long.
Listed below are resources to use ALL year-long to celebrate gender equality in home or classroom education.
Educational Resources from the IWD Organization
This Resource Pack for Schools has been created by IWD for ages 5-14 to champion the cause of International Women’s Day. Using favorite stories and authors, each exclusively selected resource will spark discussion in classrooms.
International Women’s Day Book Study
The International Women’s Day Book Study covers literacy, history, drama and art objectives.
It serves as an exciting and important introduction to the equality themes addressed in ‘Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History’ – a beautifully illustrated book by Vashti Harrison, championing many women who have changed the world and in their own ways.
Read on for all the toolkits and resources for International Women’s Day on Biracial Bookworms.