Black History Month is underway and what better way to celebrate than with this inspirational African-American achiever freebie! Inspire your kiddos to do the impossible by hearing what others have done in the past when faced with adversity and criticism. Included in this packet you will find:1. His
May is Haitian Heritage Month!Introduce little learners to some of the heroes of the country of Haiti: Toussaint Louverture, Jean-Jacques Dessalines, Catherine Flon, Henry Christophe and Alexandre Petion. Two different coloring sheets available in three different languages: Haitian Creole, English
As a nice way to close up the early reformers unit, students choose to make trading cards for either abolitionists or suffragettes based upon their interests. The people, events, and locations that have been selected for this small project are in alignment with NYS CC standards 7.7b and 7.7c.
Phillis Wheatley was an African American writer who was brought to America and sold into slavery as a child. I made these mini posters for students to write about who she was and glue into their social studies interactive notebooks.