Grades

Other

CCSS

Math
ELA

Subjects

Resource Types

Rating

showing 1-21 of 21 results

Fugitive Slave Act Comic
This comic book tells the TRUE STORY of Addison White from Mechanicsburg, Ohio. As a fugitive slave he escaped to Ohio through the Underground railroad and met up with abolitionist Udney Hyde who protected him. When confronted by his owner, Addison fought back and the town rallied around him, only
$5.00
12 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (49.33 MB)

Other Battlefronts game - African Americans & women in the Civil War, with text
The Civil War presented African-Americans and women with unique opportunities and challenges. For slaves, the North provided an opportunity to escape their bondage, enlist in the army, and return to fight their former oppressors. It gave free blacks a chance to fight for the freedom of their familie
$5.00
4 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (1.34 MB)

GHANA: Discovering Ghana Bundle
Enrich your study of Ghana—and save 20%— with the Discovering Ghana Bundle, which includes an introductory book, two posters, and two literacy-building activities. Resources Included:Snapshots of Ghana introduces the location, national flag, cultural symbols, and landmarks of Ghana, along with commo
$4.60
$3.60
3 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (7.22 MB)

American Slave Life mini-unit, including text
The study of America, from its founding through the Civil War, necessitates a close examination of the enslaved peoples whose labor built this nation and the "peculiar institution" which required a horrific war to bring to an end. In this mini-unit, students will examine what life was like for those
$6.00
2 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (10.97 MB)

African-Americans in the Civil War mini-unit, including text
Unlike the American Revolutionary War, there was no conflict or disagreement among African-Americans over which side to support. Although Northern policy at the beginning of the war was to preclude black participation in the war effort, both the need for manpower and the realization that ending the
$6.00
1 Rating
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (4.72 MB)

GHANA: Exploring the Culture of Ghana Bundle
Exploring the Culture of Ghana contains more than enough resources for an in-depth look at the home of Adinkra symbols, cocoa beans, and kente cloth—from symbols and traditions to native language and geography—all at a savings of 25%. Resources Included:Snapshots of Ghana introduces the location, na
$9.20
$6.90
1 Rating
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (8.54 MB)

Black History Month Biographies
Black History Month Biographies Close Reading Informational Text : Contemporary Black History Eight Men and Women Who Inspire. Included is a full page of informational text about each figure, with follow-up comprehension and writing activities. Audio version included. Featured are: Allyson Felix,
$3.00
10 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

PDF (3.88 MB)

GHANA: Snapshots of Ghana
If you’re looking for a resource that provides an overview of the country of Ghana, then Snapshots of Ghana is just the right size. Like all books in the Snapshots of the World series, it includes a world map showing the country’s location, the national flag, cultural symbols and landmarks, common p
$2.40
1 Rating
3.8

Digital Download

PDF (1.12 MB)

The Development of Race Based Slavery/The Middle Passage unit, including text
“I really like your units. They are detailed and allows for critical thinking on the part of the students. Thank you!”Why did the European colonists in the New World use African slaves for their labor? How did the system of enslaving an entire race of people begin? Curious students want to know the
$12.00
2 Ratings
3.5

Digital Download

ZIP (13.82 MB)

African-Americans in the Revolutionary War - supplemental text
The American Revolutionary War didn’t just highlight the hypocrisy of those American leaders (such as George Washington and Thomas Jefferson) who fought for their own freedom while enslaving others. It also presented enslaved African-Americans with a number of challenges and opportunities for freedo
$2.00
1 Rating
3.5

Digital Download

PDF (599.2 KB)

African-Americans in the Revolutionary War mini-unit, including text
The American Revolutionary War didn’t just highlight the hypocrisy of those American leaders (such as George Washington and Thomas Jefferson) who fought for their own freedom while enslaving others. It also presented enslaved African-Americans with a number of challenges and opportunities for freedo
$6.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

ZIP (3.16 MB)

The Development of Race Based Slavery in the New World - supplemental text
Why did the European colonists in the New World use African slaves for their labor? How did the system of enslaving an entire race of people begin? This text examines the development of race based slavery in the New World, spreading from the sugar plantations in the Caribbean and South America to th
$4.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

PDF (797.29 KB)

The Middle Passage - supplemental text
Why did the European colonists in the New World use African slaves for their labor? How did the system of capturing and transporting millions of human beings against their will develop? This text examines the terrible system of providing slaves to the New World – the Atlantic Slave Trade – in which
$2.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

PDF (705.9 KB)

Dred Scott mini-unit, including text and primary source activity
In 1858, as the fight over the future of slavery in the United States was reaching fever pitch, the Supreme Court was asked to rule on the case of Dred Scott v. Sandford. Scott, a slave from Missouri, had lived with a previous owner both in the free state of Illinois and the free Wisconsin territory
$5.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

ZIP (2.52 MB)

Reconstruction mini-unit, including text
As the Civil War came to its bloody conclusion, the country was faced with a monumental task: bring the Confederate states back into the body politic, rebuild the war-ravaged Southern economy, and integrate over three million former slaves into free society. The nation’s successes -- and its failure
$10.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

ZIP (8.75 MB)

Za and Zoey Book Adventures
9.99 The Za and Zoey series features two main characters, Za (10) and Zoey,(8) who explore tasty recipes as they travel the world where they may be found :- - touring the kitchens of a busy bakery asking questions about what it takes to make the perfect cup-cakes - strolling through tradit
FREE
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

JPG (813.97 KB)

Five African Folk Tales Adapted for Readers Theater
Five African folk tales adapted here for readers theater. These stories were all collected by Chauncey Stigand and adapted by Gerald P. Murphy for readers theater. Stories include the following tales, all from the Swahili tradition: The Story of the Fools The Magic Date Trees The Trapper, the Lion a
$8.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

DOCX (655.4 KB)

TWI: Our Colorful World in Twi (Ghana)
Beginning language studies not only enrich multicultural learning, but also have a positive impact on reading fluency and comprehension. Our Colorful World in Twi is the perfect way to introduce the African language of Twi, spoken by 80% of the population of Ghana. Each book in the Our Colorful Worl
$2.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

ZIP (685.54 KB)

TWI: Learn to Count in Twi (Ghana)
Beginning language studies not only enrich multicultural learning, but also have a positive impact on reading fluency and comprehension. Learn to Count in Twi introduces the native language and symbols—including adinkra and kente cloth—of the African nation of Ghana. Each book in the Learn to Count
$2.80
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

ZIP (790.92 KB)

AFRICA: From Adinkra to Zulu
Introduce your students to the native cultures, history, wildlife, and ecosystems of the continent of Africa with AFRICA: From Adinkra to Zulu. Like all books in the Let’s Get Real Science and Social Studies Alphabet series, AFRICA uses a dictionary format to build content-area literacy, introduce/r
$5.40
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

PDF (3.95 MB)

AFRICAN AMERICAN PIONEERS (Influence and Inspiration in the 20th Century)
Introduce your primary students to historic and contemporary men and women who influenced and inspired the nation with African American Pioneers. This take-home book features the contributions of ten notable African Americans and includes an engaging matching game and a crossword puzzle vocabulary/c
$2.80
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

PDF (1.66 MB)

showing 1-21 of 21 results

Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up