Anne Frank

Download the 2 PDFs below to complete the Anne Frank worksheet!

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Follow along with the reading below!

Quotes by Anne Frank:

“Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy.”

“Whoever is happy will make others happy too.”

“No one has ever become poor by giving.”




Download the 2 pictures below to complete the Frida worksheet!

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Amelia Earhart

Download the PDF below to complete the Amelia Earhart worksheet!

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Below is a longer close-reading worksheet you can download:


Mother Teresa

Download the PDF below to complete the Mother Teresa worksheet!

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Follow along with the reading below!

Below is a longer close-reading worksheet for 2nd-4th graders that you can download to accompany the book, “Mother Teresa: Mother to Many.”



Mother Teresa Quotes:

“Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless.”

“If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.”

“Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.”

“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.”

“Let us always meet each other with smile, for the smile is the beginning of love.”

Download the PDF below to complete the Mother Teresa worksheet!

Maria Montessori

Quarantine learning from home… Celebrating national women’s month with some amazing books by Maria Isabel Vegara starting with a reading of “Maria Montessori”! To watch full video please click on Youtube link below, and download PDF from our website under “National Women’s Month” for K-3rd grade language arts/ writing lessons.❤️📝📚⁣


Click below to download the Maria Montessori worksheet!


Frida Kahlo Lesson

We are completely obsessed with this new biographical children’s book series that we spent the entire month of March on in celebrating National Women’s Month! Our students got to read, research, learn, and write all about the amazingly talented Frida Kahlo! We also enjoyed a directed drawing in exploring ‘self-portraits’, as well as dressing up like Frida herself, unibrow and all! We love art! ❤️🎨📝📚

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Coco Chanel Lesson

We wrapped our National Women’s Month learning & writing all about Coco Chanel another inspiring book from the biographical series “Little People, Big Dreams”, by Isabel Sanchez Vegara. Students loved learning about the power of using your imagination, and that it’s GOOD to be different! They also enjoyed trying their hands at sewing the letters COCO and dressing up like the iconic designer herself!







Ada Lovelace Lesson

We are Completely obsessed with this biography series Little People, Big Dreams written by Isabel Sanchez Vegara! Each week during National Women’s month students are learning and writing about little girls who grew up and changed the world! I LOVE the message this sends our little girls & boys! This week we learned about the amazing Ada Lovelace, a women mathematician that invented the calculator and became the first computer programmer! ❤️📚

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National Women’s Month

My new favorite ultra soft t-shirt says it all!! It has quickly become my uniform for the month of March(National Women’s Month). I’m so excited to dive into our reading and writing all about amazing, brave, bold, trailblazing women that helped shape the world!