Parents, teachers and caregivers have the ability to help girls and boys learn how to lift each other up and champion women’s empowerment and equality. We’re happy to share some fun and informative tools available from PBS to open conversations and families move towards a more gender-equal future.
- With PBS LearningMedia’s virtual art collection, Unladylike 2020, kids can learn about key female figures in the civil rights movement, along with groundbreaking women in STEM and the arts.
- In PBS KIDS for Parents’ “How to Raise a Self Confident Girl,” Katie Hurley arms caregivers with easy reminders of questions and beliefs to share with their daughters.
- Learning new skills and volunteering with the community are awesome ways for girls to lead with courage. Parents can find additional ideas in PBS KIDS for Parents’ “How to Raise a Leader.”
- This book list, perfect for ages 3 to 9, is filled with stories featuring girls from different cultures and backgrounds, exploring how dreams can lead to lifelong learnings