During Women’s History Month, CAST students in kindergarten, first, and second grade used their creativity to honor artistic women in innovative ways. Kindergarteners researched Frida Kahlo’s life and legacy; they observed her many beautiful self-portraits and how she always wore ornate clothing, jewelry, and flowers in her hair. They made flower crowns to match her! First-grade students created mosaic rainbow masterpieces inspired by the artist Alma Woodsey. Second grade had a fun time exploring women in the arts as well. Students researched and used the information to create a poster of Frida Kahlo, Queen of Selfies, and drew a portrait of her as well to create a bulletin board display for their classroom. They also used a camera to take a selfie of themselves. In addition, they researched Georgia O’Keefe. Second-grade students learned about her life and her drawings. They painted replicas of one of her favorite subjects—flowers!