In this researching and drawing worksheet, students read the names of the male, female, and young of various animals, research their appearance, draw their pictures, and write at least two facts about them. Students complete 15 activities.
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Men, Women, and Careers
Teach young learners that they can have any job they want, no matter their gender! An elementary lesson emphasizes that while some jobs may be more closely associated with men or with women, people of either gender can complete them....
K - 3rd Visual & Performing Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Infusing Equity by Gender into the Classroom
Learners discover the biases between the two genders by comparing males and females in different species. In this gender identity instructional activity, students research National Geographic Magazine and view videos demonstrating the...
1st - 12th Visual & Performing Arts
All's Fair in Sport And Competition
Students design a physical activity contest or game that has no cultural or gender biases which includes an assessment that ranks competitors according to the competitors abilities. They participate in and evaluate the newly designed...
3rd - 12th Physical Education