Harlem Hip-Hop Tours Develops Educational Women’s History Workbook

Harlem Hip-Hop Tours (H3 Tours) has developed a Women’s History Workbook for grades 5-12.

New York, NY, February 28, 2017 --(PR.com)-- March is Women’s History Month and in honor of the women who have made history, Harlem Hip-Hop Tours (H3 Tours) has developed the Women’s History Workbook to teach students about the many ways women have changed history. The Women’s History Workbook combines biographical passages with questions and key facts, allowing students to dive into the untold stories of women (both famous and forgotten) who changed history.

The Women’s History Workbook features over 20 women who have had significant accomplishments in the areas of education, the arts, politics, business, science, and sports. Drawing from a global, diverse group of history makers, the Women’s History Workbook includes stories from Serena Williams, Nadia Comăneci, Adele, Zaha Haddid, Simon Biles, and many more. This workbook serves as a great tool for a supplemental lesson plan or can be used as an additional learning resource.

After completing the Women’s History Workbook, young scholars will develop a newfound knowledge of the trials, perseverance, and successes of women who made history; learning that no dream is too big and that gender does not limit one’s accomplishments.

For more information or to purchase the Women’s History Workbook, email info@h3tours.com, call 212-769-9047, or visit at www.h3tours.com.
Harlem Hip-Hop Tours
Adrienne Smith