Explore educational resources associated with the 19th Amendment and women’s suffrage. These free, online lesson plans feature American women and the places where they made history. The National Park Service also offers other resources, such as theme studies and Junior Ranger books. Explore the Teacher's Portal for more tools to engage children and young adults.
National Park Service Lesson Plans
Alice Paul and Women’s Rights
This lesson plan highlights the Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument and uses material from the National Woman's Party Papers.
Lafayette Park: First Amendment Rights
Learn about the stories of women suffragists who picketed outside the White House in Lafayette Square.
The M'Clintock House: Women's Rights
This lesson plan explores where early suffragists like Elizabeth Cady Stanton met to plan the First Women's Rights Convention.
Library of Congress
Suffrage Strategies: Voices for Votes
The Library of Congress lesson plan explores how suffragists influenced and changed attitudes and beliefs about suffrage.
Mama Went to Jail for the Vote
This Smithsonian lesson plans helps children develop reading skills while learning about the women's suffrage movement.
Congress and Woman Suffrage
Explore records from the National Archives to learn more about the struggle for women's suffrage.
Last updated: December 17, 2020