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This letter to parents can be adapted for a biography project. This was sent home to parents to provide information about the project and inviting them to see the students in action. This document is adaptable as you can just change the location and time of event.
This companion crossword puzzle works in conjunction with the animated video; MANSA MUSA: THE RICHEST MAN IN HISTORY, brought to you by Storytimelines. The puzzle features vocabulary important to the history and story of Mansa Musa like, "cartographer" and "Timbuktu" with clues that are directly ref
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A fun alternative to a book report! This product includes a page of information for students to reference to!
My Aiesha's Alphabet Book of Character is for students PreK - 2nd grade. I have a copyright on my book. It helps educators teach the alphabet to students and character building skills. It is good for language arts, social studies, and SPED students. Also you should be able to access it on online. Ed
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This library has great stories for your students especially when celebrating African American Heritage. Stories are linked to it's real aloud. Replace my bitmoji for yours to make this library yours.
73 slides --A description of old imperialism and new imperialism, colonial empires, economic, political, social, western advantages, colony, land mass, travel and resources, Victoria Falls, Scramble for Africa, Berlin Conference. Enabling Factors of European Imperialism, British Empire in South Afr
This companion worksheet is designed to be used in conjunction with the animated video; MANSA MUSA: THE RICHEST MAN IN HISTORY, brought to you by Storytimelines. After enjoying the animated retelling of Mansa Musa's life and accomplishments, students work to describe Mansa Musa and the major exports
A great activity for refining your children's fine motor skill and learn about flags of countries in Africa. The file contains flags of 54 officially-recognized countries as well as detailed instructions.
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With all the hate going on in the world, who wouldn't notice? Take this time out to do the right thing. Talk about it with our future leaders. Talk about with our future teachers, doctors, parents, community workers, scientists, activists. Talk about it with your children / students. But most of all
In 1921, Tulsa, Oklahoma was considered the "Oil Capital of the World," and the Greenville District of Tulsa was the wealthiest Black community in America, earning it the nickname of "Black Wall Street." What happened to Black Wall Street? Take the class and find out. This free class features a powe
I created this resource when creating this program on my campus. Hope you enjoy it! Feel free to make changes as needed. <3
Handout for children of African American families Remarried or Blended families.
Themed volunteer sign up sheet for a Kwanzaa celebration.

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