Bring your students to the first women’s history lending library in the U.S. Guided tours are free. We suggest a group of 15-20 at a time.
Gal’s Guide Library is located on the Nickel Plate Art campus. If you’d like to a tour of both facilities, we can make that work!
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Enrich your curriculum and have Gal’s Guide come to your school. We have fun, informative, and interactive presentations about women inventors, scientists, artists, leaders, and sports-record breakers. Perfect for March’s Women’s Month.
Gals of History
Students will jump at the chance to play a game that tests their deduction skills and time-travel power. Students will learn women are also scientists, mathematicians, inventors, computer programmers, race car drivers, NHL Players, astronauts, business leaders, authors, filmmakers and the president of YouTube.
Elementary school presentations are 30 minutes and cover 14 gals using Kahoot or PowerPoint. Middle school and high school presentations are 50 minutes and cover 24 gals using Kahoot or PowerPoint.
Gals of Science
Back up we’re going to do some science! Students will learn the gals who have classified the stars, studied the Earth’s core, created computer languages, pushed medicine and chemistry to its full potential and more.
Middle school and high school presentations are 50 minutes and cover 24 gals using Kahoot or PowerPoint.
Did you know it was a gal who invented the narrative film? Learn about the early pioneers of film that made more films and were paid more than names like D.W. Griffith and Cecile B. DeMille. Then travel through time as we present the amazing gals throughout history who have told stories through a film lens.
High school and University PowerPoint presentations are 1-2 hours.
The kids are having so much fun they do not realize they are learning about history.
Pike elementary school librarian
Let’s Celebrate Women’s History.
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