For Kids!

The National Park Service provides many fun and educational resources for kids. Explore some of the activities related to women’s history.

Star made of feathers, on display at Belmont-Paul National Monument. Photo by Megan Springate.

Design Your Own Ratification Star

The National Woman's Party sewed a star each time a state voted in favor of the 19th Amendment. Create your own suffrage star!

Image of young girls holding banners for suffrage. From cover of Junior Suffragist book

Activities from Belmont-Paul

Learn about Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument and the courageous women who fought for our rights to participate in civic life.

Bronze statues of girls with Girl Scout sashes. Photo courtesy NPS.

Activities from Women's Rights

Find fun activities relating to the First Amendment.

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Last updated: July 30, 2018

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