For kids, play and learning go hand in hand. From games to puzzles, there’s so much opportunity to fuse fun with facts. Of course, you can’t beat a good old fashioned book, but when it comes to Women’s History, why not offer something more to fuel the fires of inspiration?

Each year, on March 8th, we celebrate International Women’s Day and throughout the month, honor the contributions of women throughout history. But truthfully, this is year-round learning that can start from day one. One simple way? Fill their shelves with toys to celebrate Women’s History Month. All of our children, both boys and girls benefit from having toys and games that work to break biases and inspire change. From huggable dolls that depict real life heroes to DIY crafts that help them learn while doing, we’ve rounded up some seriously fun ways to celebrate the hard-working, trailblazing women who have left their mark on the world.

Related: 19 books about inspiring women to read with your kid for Women’s History Month

Here’s to the next generation of strong women. As they saying goes, “May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them.”

Women's History Month toys for kids of all ages

LeadHer Rosa Parks Craft Kit

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LeadHER Craft Kits

The LeadHER craft kits from Kids Crafts each tell the story of a legendary leader through an inspiring DIY project that’s perfect for kids ages 8 and up. Inside each kit they’ll find a short bio of the trailblazer of choice along with a related craft that gets their gears turning. From a punch needle “nah.” wall hanging that encourages them to be brave like Rosa Park to a water bottle decorating kit that inspires them to care like Greta Thunberg, each kit is certain to empower and inspire.

Bold Made Card Game

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Bold Made Card Game

Perhaps the most brilliant flip on an outdated classic ever, Bold Made reimagines the tired Old Maid card game by paying tribute to incredible women throughout history. The hand-drawn illustrations feature 40 different women including well known figures like Malala, RBG and Harriet Tubman along with lesser highlighted heroines they may just be learning about. With several different ways to play it’s a screen free and educational game night the entire family can enjoy!

eeboo international women's day puzzle



International Women's Day 100 Piece Puzzle

Celebrate women throughout history with the engaging and colorful art from eeboo. This 100 piece puzzle is easy enough for young kiddos to attempt on their own, but a little help (and related conversation!) is always welcome.

Fisher-Price Little People Collector Inspiring Women, Special Edition Figure Set



Little People Collector Inspiring Women, Special Edition Figure Set

We just adore the ever-growing Little People collection from Fisher-Price. The Inspiring Women set includes the heroes Amelia Earhart, Rosa Parks, Dr. Maya Angelou, and Sally Ride. Whether they’re chewing and drooling on Sally’s helmet or staging their own Civil Rights march, it’s not the sophistication of the play that matters–it’s that these icons become part of their educational fabric.

Uncle Goose Women Who Dared Blocks

Uncle Goose


Women Who Dared Blocks

Educational and fun, this set of wooden blocks might even teach parents something they don’t know! Each of the 32 blocks feature the name, face, birth/death date, reason for notoriety and a quote from a woman who made history.

She Spoke Voices of Inspirational Women Sound Book

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She Spoke Voices of Inspirational Women Sound Book

It’s no secret that change starts with raising your voice. Through gorgeous illustrations, sharp profiles and button-activated recordings and speeches of 14 legendary women, kids of all ages will be inspired to speak up and be heard. What’s more, it includes useful prompts to help identify ways to help in your own community.


Heroines of History Coloring Tablecloth



Heroines of History Coloring Tablecloth

Turn your dining room table (or living room floor!) into a gallery of heroic women. With room to include some picks of their own, this cotton tablecloth features awesome illustrations of notable figures like Joan of Arc, Cleopatra and Sacagawea and can be washed and colored again and again. (Washable markers included!)

LEGO Women of Nasa Set



Women of NASA

Encourage her to reach for the stars with this thrilling set from LEGO. Featuring mini figures of NASA icons Nancy Grace Roman, Margaret Hamilton, Sally Ride and Mae Jemison along with impressively detailed models of the Hubble Space Telescope and the Challenger Space Shuttle, it’s the perfect addition to their LEGO collection.

Getty Museum Story Women in Art Memory Game

Getty Museum


Women In Art Memory Game

History has long since favored the male viewpoint when it comes to art. The conversation is dominated by masters like Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Rembrandt along with more modern day artists like Warhol and Basquiat. But with equal talent and importance there’s a limitless supply of women who deserve the spotlight. This gorgeous memory game from the Getty Museum calls attention to 20 female artists throughout history with its matching tiles.

BoredInc Sheros Prints



Sheroes Prints

Punch up their walls with whimsical portraits of famous women throughout history. Choose from dozens of trailblazing characters of all walks to create a gallery of feminist inspo. Additionally, a portion of profits are donated to Planned Parenthood & Black Lives Matter Organizations in an effort to support the pursuit of justice, equality, and reproductive rights for all.

LIttle Feminist Mini Memory Match Game

LIttle Feminist


Mini Memory Match Game

A fun and colorful matching game that even the youngest feminists can get excited about. It features 11 sweetly illustrated women to help boost their brains as they match them up.

Rebel Girls Stick Together Book

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Stick Together Sticker By Number Book

From the brilliant creators of Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls, this perfect-for-travel sticker mosaic book allows kiddos as young as five to create 12 posters of well-known heroes.

Piccolina Trailblazer Plush



Trailblazer Plush Dolls

From adorable tees to super-frameworthy prints, Piccolina’s Trailblazer collection is a one-stop shop for all things Feminist Icon. But for the youngest set we’re low-key obsessed with the huggable Trailblazer dolls. Choose from Jane Goodall, Frida Kahlo, Mae Jemison and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, or better yet, bundle and save up to 30% if you just can’t pick a favorite.

Color Your Own Great Paintings by Women

Color Your Own


Great Paintings by Women

Let them get lost in the works of notable female artists like Frida Kahlo, Grandma Moses and Mary Cassatt as they recreate some of their most regarded works. From still lifes and portraits to abstract works, this book includes thirty well-known paintings they should know about and celebrate.

Wonder Women Bingo Game

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Wonder Women Bingo Game

Through stunning illustration and familiar game play, kids learn the stories of 48 inspiring women from all over the world. Included alongside the 48 illustrated chips, game board, eight double-sided bingo cards, and counters is an illustrated booklet with short bios about heroines like Valentina Tereshkova, Serena Williams and Emmeline Pankhurst to spark their curiosity.

Montessori inspirational women wooden cards



Montessori Inspirational Women Wooden Cards

Ideal for the youngest set, this durable memory game spotlights 12 amazing women who changed the world. The wooden cards come neatly packaged in a canvas bag for easy clean up or on-the-go fun.