- Recommended for: Grades 7-12
- Formats: PPT, Google Slides, PDF
- Number of pages: 47
- Technology Requirements: computer + projector + screen, copier, paper
- Student supplies: none
- Lesson Duration: This is not a library lesson. It is a scrolling slideshow about Women’s History Month.
Digital Bulletin Boards are a fun way to share school announcements and information with students. Along with template slides for school announcements and schedules, Digital Bulletin Boards also include fun facts, trivia questions, a Word of the Week, Would You Rathers, and more! Because this one is themed for Women’s History Month, it also includes brief biographical information about 15 famous women in history.
Set the 46 slides in the Women’s History Month Digital Bulletin Board to scroll on a timer. Play the slides on a loop in the library or school hallways to celebrate Women’s History Month. Instructions for setting up PowerPoint timings are included.
- 46 PPT slides + Google™ Slides link (all text is editable)
- Recommended Reads (1 page, editable in PDF and PPT; hand out to teachers, students, and parents)
- Basic Google Classroom directions
- How to set PPT slide timings directions
- All text is in PPT and Google™ Slides. Images have been flattened to protect the copyright.
- Scroll the presentation using automatic timings (instructions included).
- Katherine Johnson (African American mathematician)
- Marie Curie (Polish-French chemist and physicist)
- Kapana Chawla (Indian American astronaut)
- Chien-Shiung Wu (Chinese American physicist)
- Marilyn Monroe (actor)
- Ella Fitzgerald (African American singer)
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg (Supreme Court Justice)
- Malala Yousefzai (Pakistani education activist)
- Jackie Joyner-Kersee (African American Olympic athlete)
- Marta Vieira da Silva (Brazilian footballer)
- Anne Frank (German teen during WWII)
- Amelia Earhart (American aviator)
- Ida B. Wells (African American journalist and suffragette)
- Sacagawea (Native American explorer/guide)
- Frida Kahlo (Mexican artist)
- 4 Supreme Court Justices (2022 update includes Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson)
- Word of the Week:
- Would You Rathers
- Did you knows and trivia
- Daily and weekly schedule
- Weekly Birthdays