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Want to inspire your daughter? Read these real stories of women who were brave enough to stand up and make a difference. Books About Women Who Changed History.

Want to inspire your daughter? Read these real stories of women who were brave enough to stand up and make a difference. Books About Women Who Changed History. These would be great for history week or a unit on people who have changed history!

Sam Maggs, a writer who frequently explores what it means to be a woman in geek culture, uses illustrated biographies to examine the lives of scientists, engineers, inventors, and more in Wonder Women: 25 Innovators, Inventors, and Trailblazers Who Changed History. With a dash of humor, references to pop culture, and a conversational tone, Maggs captures the amazing achievements of women throughout history. #STEM

In our interview with Sam Maggs, the author discusses throwing the spotlight on the marginalized women innovators of history in her new book WONDER WOMEN.

Bad Girls Throughout History: 100 Remarkable Women Who Changed the World

The 100 revolutionary women highlighted in this gorgeously illustrated book were bad in the best sense of the word: they challenged the status quo and changed t

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Beginning Reading Help: Parents Who Read Aloud to Their Children Set Them Up for Reading Success!

When I look back on my own elementary days (so very long ago), I can’t remember what books my teacher read out loud to us, with one exception: My fourth grade teacher, Mr. Watson.  Mr. Watson read us the best books and he always stopped at the most exciting part, with all of us begging for more. He read us The Voyage of the Dawn

When I look back on my own elementary days (so very long ago), I can’t remember what books my teacher read out loud to us, with one exception: My fourth grade teacher, Mr.

LOVE these ideas, seriously, LOVE, and there is a freebie too! Your students will beg to read out loud if you implement some of these awesome strategies.

Check out these five fun, unique ways to get students engaged in reading aloud in your classroom. Kids will love the way these methods change up the classroom routine, build suspense, and make reading fun!

28 Books you'll love reading out loud to your 2nd Grader - amazing 2nd grade book list

For Garrett. He needs to start reading chapter books. 123 Homeschool 4 Me has a FREE printable second grade read aloud list. graders still benefit immensely from someone reading out loud to them.

4 Benefits of Reading Aloud to Your Children

Build language skills and academic success while you nurture close family relationships—these are some of the benefits of reading aloud to your children and the cornerstone of a BookShark education.