Make Conflict Resolution Cubes where students can fill in/draw on each side different ideas for resolving conflicts. When a Conflict arises, toss the block and try whatever lands face up. http://counselingcorner-allison.blogspot.com/2012/10/talk-blocks.html
Gone are the days of boring post-reading questions about plot! This resource allows students to analyze the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution of ANY reading you are doing in class in a fun and engaging way. Not only that, but you will have a beautiful display for the classroom of 3D plot diagrams.
Here's a fun graphic organizer to use with older students. The parts of the Story Hat Map include characters, setting, conflict, resolution, and theme. Many of Dr. Seuss's more advanced books would work well with this story map.
BOOKS- This grouping of books is also about women. During women's history month, a text set could be created using many of these books. These vary from picture books to autobiographies. The depict the lives of so many influential women in the past like Anne Frank, Rosa Parks, Amelia Earhart, and so many others.