BLACK HISTORY (K-5)
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10 free quote posters for Black History Month or any time. (Marting Luther King Jr., Barack Obama, Nelson MAndela, Mae Jemison, and more!)
Black history month in my classroom includes read alouds, biography necklaces, graffiti bulletin boards, and class meetings. #blackhistorymonth #thirdgrade #ela
An engaging civil rights unit to teach your students about an important period in our history along with common core reading standards!
This Black History Body Biography Project is filled with all you need to teach and promote civil rights leaders, Nobel Prize recipients, activists, former president, authors, poets, suffragists, abolitionists, orators, athletes, and true heroes for all generations. These are truly unique, with high-quality vector graphics, and is the most inclusive group project bundle for bringing together a growth mindset and a biography study.
Black History Month...Despite Our Differences activity!
Integrate coding in your classroom with an Unplugged Hidden Figures Coding STEM Activity! Hidden Figures Coding Challenge is a fun and unique way to engage your students during Black History Month and Women's History Month. Teach students that anyone can be a scientist regardless of race or gender. Students begin the activity by reading about the Hidden Figures. We included our own reading passage, and you can also use Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race by Ma
This Black History Month Mega Craft Pack is filled with lots of supplemental activities for your Black History Unit. You are sure to meet your Social Studies standards with the activities in this packet. Included are mini studies of; Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, and George Was...