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Watch the PBS video. "Underground Railroad: The Williams Still Story" is the story of a humble Philadelphia clerk who risked his life shepherding runaway slaves to freedom

Richie Havens, song of the civil war, "Follow the Drinking Gourd"

Follow the Drinking Gourd! From the United States into Canada, Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad helped slaves escape to freedom.

Black History - Classic Reading Rainbow - YouTube Follow the Drinking Gourd featuring Sweet Honey in the Rock

Follow the Drinking Gourd. Digital Story describing the code behind the song.

This week on the Hilltown Family Variety Show we are rebroadcasting our Underground Railroad Episode featuring songs like "Freedom Train," "Follow the Drinking Gourd," Wade in the Water," and many other great songs. We're also featuring resources to assist educators and families wanting to learn more about the Underground Railroad in American history....

Follow the Drinking Gourd - Living Painting - would have used this when my kiddos were singing the spiritual - will save for in case I do it again

Watercolor Constellations activity to go along with learning about the stars-- We did this after reading, "Follow the Drinking Gourd"

follow the drinking gourd - Google Search

February Challenge. Watch Follow the Drinking Gourd on Youtube. Read two books from the Black History Month display.

star constellation lacing cards

Sarahs book

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: OJ Carton Lantern & Paul Revere’s Ride

Many of the world's most important historical documents were written with quill pens. Have your kid make his own quill pen and put his penmanship to the test!

Paul Revere art project-Print his picture and glue on construction paper. Then have students color the rest of the piece of paper to represent a scene from Boston.

Paul Revere, Boston Massacre, and Boston Tea Party Lesson Plan...pound cake, Revere, Tea party, boston massacre, tea party

Old candle lantern

Hey Mommy, Chocolate Milk: Fall


Read! Build! Write! Vocabulary Mats

Caps for Sale. Bendable Monkey.

edible apple paints

After reading a wintry book, allow your students to make snow paint. Snow paint is inexpensive, easy to make, and tons of fun. To make snow paint simply mix equal amounts of white glue and shaving cream together. Cut out various winter shapes such as snowmen and snowflakes from cardstock. Allow your little ones to spread their snow all over their shapes. When the snow paint dries, it will become puffy. Your students will have a blast with this activity!