15 Free Women’s History Month Coloring Pages

Today I am focussing on women in STEM roles with our 15 free Women’s History Month coloring pages.

These free holiday activities for kids are a great way to learn this March.

Women’s History Month is celebrated in March around the world. It is the perfect time to look back at all of the inspirational women from the science and STEM field.

Honestly, I am ashamed to say I had only heard of 1/15 of these amazing women before compiling these free worksheets.

These informational coloring pages will tell you what the women were most famous for and when they were born.

My favorite is Alexa Canady, she became the first African-American woman neurosurgeon in the United States in 1981.

But all of these women are so inspirational, and we should learn as much from them as possible.

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Women in STEM

I am sharing with you 15 amazing women in science, who have done so much for the world.

Barbara McClintock (June 16, 1902 – September 2, 1992) received the Nobel Prize in 1983 for her work on mobile genetic elements.

Mae Jemison (October 17, 1956 – ) became the first black woman to travel into space. I also love this book about Mae Jemison about reaching your dreams.

Maria Mitchell (August 1, 1818 – June 28, 1889) was the first female astronomer in the US. She was also the first American to discover a comet. What Miss Mitchell Saw is an absolutely fantastic book that you will enjoy reading and the kids will love learning all about her.

Mary Anning (May 21, 1799 – March 9, 1847) was the first to discover a complete skeleton of a plesiosaurus. The Dinosaur Lady is a book that you should check out too.

womens history month coloring sheets free

Marie M. Daly (April 16, 1921 – October 28, 2003) best known for being the first African American woman to receive a P.H.D in chemistry in the US.

Rosalind Franklin (July 25, 1920 – April 16, 1958) the discovery of the structure of DNA in 1953 was made possible by Dr. Rosalind Franklin’s X-Ray diffraction work.

Mary Somerville (December 26, 1780 – November 29, 1872) was considered the world’s first scientist.

Caroline Herschel (March 16, 1750 – January 9, 1848) built a 12 meter long reflector, the largest telescope of its day. Caroline’s Comets is a great picture book all about her.

womens history month coloring sheets

Alexa Canady (November 5, 1950 – ) became the first African American woman neurosurgeon in the United States in 1981.

Emilie du Chatelet (December 17, 1706 – September 10, 1749) translated Isaac Newton’s Principia Mathematica from Latin into French, with commentary.

Elizabeth Blackwell (February 3, 1821 – May 31, 1910) the first woman to receive a medical degree in the United States.

Irene Joliot-Curie best known for discovering the first ever artificially created radioactive atoms. She won the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1935. Her mother was Marie Curie, they clearly were an amazing family.

women in history coloring pages

Kathryn D. Sullivan (October 3, 1951 – ) is the first American woman to walk in space.

Jane Goodall (April 3, 1934 – ) was the first person to observe chimpanzees creating and using tools. She also discovered they were omnivorous. I highly recommend this reading biography about the amazing Jane Goodall.

Lise Meitner (November 7, 1878 – October 27, 1968) was one of the people responsible for the discovery of the element protactinium and nuclear fission.

women in stem coloring pages free

You will also enjoy our free Women’s History Month word scramble!

Women’s History Month board game

When you have finished with our free coloring pages for kids, why not play a game?

We have been playing the best educational board game called Herstory.

This is a fantastic way to celebrate 120 iconic women in a really fun way. A great game to play on family game night too.

herstory board game
Herstory: The Board Game of Remarkable Women for Family Game Night | Ages 8 & Up
  • Tell Her Story – You’re an acclaimed author, writing a book to tell the stories of remarkable women in history. Discover iconic historical women as you do research, draft chapters, and complete the highest scoring book to win!
  • 120 Historic Women Feautured – From Joan of Arc to Malala, HerStory includes historical legends and modern favorites
  • All Purchases Include Donations to The Malala Fund – A portion of all proceeds proudly goes to the Malala Fund, which helps educate girls all over the world.
  • Simple Rules, Incredible Gameplay – Start playing in only 5 minutes.
  • Designed With Passion – 20+ women worked on the creation of this game. Educators, historians, mothers, daughters, and more.

See even more Women’s History Month printables!

Need to print later? Add this to your Pinterest board or share it on Facebook. You’ll have it handy whenever you’re ready to use it!

Free Women’s History Month printables

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in September with our printable Hispanic Heritage Month posters.

Last Updated on 18 July 2024 by Clare Brown

4 Comments

  1. I have been sifting through this website for over an hour trying to print the 15 famous women. There are so many ads, teasers, and distractors, I still do not think I got them. Everything is so beautiful and helpful but I cannot seem to seal the deal. I did subscribe but I can’t keep doing this. No time. What’s the deal?

    marla.mcnear@ocps.net

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