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This resource includes a biography of Rosa Parks written on 3 different reading levels, 1 page of text dependent questions (perfect for class discussion and/or writing prompts) and 1 page for students to complete independantly (using evidence from the article to support their answers). This resource was was designed to maximize student success since it is offered on three different levels of text and vocabulary complexity. The differentiation is done for you! Students can be given their ind
Introduce your students to 25 famous African Americans with this engaging word search puzzle worksheet. The names are hidden in all directions and there may be some overlaps making this a challenging word search. A great activity for early finishers or just for something instructive to take home and learn from.Each person is listed along with the years that they lived and their occupation, giving puzzlers the opportunity to learn information as they are searching. The worksheet comes in two v
Celebrate Black History Month with this Passage to use for Close Reading or Leveled Homework! Differentiated w/ 4 levels of passages + 2 activities. Use the poster to dig into RI.3 connections and historical figures personality motivations. Connect writing with text evidence! Click HERE for my Black History Month MEGA Bundle.• • Informative, Relevant, Engaging, and Meaningful Reading! • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
Happy Black History Month! I love this month because it's cause for such a celebration... Students deserve and love to hear about the famous and not-so-famous African Americans of history, so why not shout it on the mountains! I'd love for you to share these printables with your students to celebrate Black History Month! Each is a printable from the following products, should you wish to view them further: Kindergarten No Prep Printables ABCs of Black History Black History Month Comprehen
You will receive posters for 25 important Black Americans. These posters work great for bulletin board or hallway displays. This free set works perfectly with my Black History Month pack!25 Important African Americans Throughout HistoryMartin Luther King Jr. Ruby BridgesSojourner TruthMae JemisonWilma RudolphMaya AngelouBarack ObamaBooker T. WashingtonCarter WoodsonFrederick DouglasGeorge Washington CarverHenry "Box" BrownHarriet TubmanJackie RobinsonJesse OwensKamala HarrisMadam C.J. WalkerKath
Black History Month Activities Timelines Cut and Paste FREEBIE! Other February Activities: • Presidents Day Activities • President's Day Center • President's Day Activity • Valentine's Day | Valentine's Day Worksheets • February Worksheets for 1st Grade • February Math Worksheets 2nd Grade • February Morning Work 1st Grade • February Morning Work 2nd Grade | Daily Math • February Morning Work 2nd Grade • Author's Purpose Worksheets for February I am pleased to offer these cut and paste timelin
This no prep and free black history month resource contains short biographies for Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks, as well as reading comprehension and social studies activities to go along with the biographies. This makes a great center activity for teaching about Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, for black history month, or for anytime during the school year!This resource is a sample of 15 Biographies and Activities for Teaching About Famous African Americans. This resource for teaching ab
Easy to make, fun to read + super kid-friendly, this mini-booklet is a great way to launch Black History month in your class!Spark discussion + introduce your kids to significant African-American leaders, such as:Sojourner TruthMartin Luther King JrRosa ParksMalcolm XJackie RobinsonMaya AngelouAretha FranklinIf you enjoy incorporating this resource into your curriculum, please take a moment to leave some feedback. Thanks!
Black History Month information slides and coloring pages are great for young learners. Use the pictures to make a book or project the slides on the board. Coloring pages are included.Heroes in Black History include:Barack ObamaJackie RobinsonRosa ParksOprah WinfreyMaya AngelouMichael JacksonGeorge Washington CarverMartin Luther King Jr.Mae C. JemisonRuby BridgesJesse OwensThurgood MarshallMuhammad AliAlthea GibsonLouis ArmstrongHarriet TubmanKatherine JohnsonBessie ColemanRaven WilkinsonMichael
PreK - K
Looking for a high interest Black History Month activity? This reading passage can easily be used in your Social Studies or Reading/LA block. This FREEBIE is a sample of the completely revised Black History Month Reading Passages. It can now be used in Google Classroom. The unit contains 18 reading passages. The passages include these individuals:Alvin AileyMaya AngelouBenjamin BannekerSimone BilesGuion BlufordRuby BridgesGeorge Washington CarverAlice CoachmanMae JemisonMichael JordanMartin Lut
Mini-posters with motivating and uplifting quotes to display for Black History Month. Thanks for following my little spot on TPT. Come by the blog anytime!
These are seven little biography recording sheets about key figures studied during Black History Month, appropriate for grades 1-3. These could be used in small or large group formats. I use them as writing response activities with my guided reading groups. The biography sheets include: Harriet Beecher Stowe Harriet Tubman George Washington Carver Bessie Coleman Rosa Parks Ruby Bridges Martin Luther King Jr. created by Bree
Decorate your classroom or bulletin board for your Civil Rights units or Black History Month with this bulletin board FREEBIE. This pack includes:multiple words and phrases tilesblank tilesprintable "I Can Change the World with my Words" title This resource can be used with your Civil Rights unit, or during Black History month. We recommend you teach your students about civil rights heroes before having your students write their own important words or phrases on the blank tiles. Need more ideas
Two Black History Month - important people posters in color and black&white, with coloring and writing activities. Update! Now includes printing for younger students and an "Important African American - Research" activity.You can find an extensive Black History Month unit for young students (kindergarten and first grade) here: Black History Month Social Studies - History Kindergarten and 1st GradeYou can join us on Facebook: The Constant Kindergarteneror have a look at my blog for more freeb
About this ProductThis resource includes enrichments activities that highlight scientific, medical and engineering achievements by Black American men and women. It can be used in science classrooms to make meaningful connections during Black History month or anytime of year to discuss diversity in the scientific community. The resources includes:• Ten passages that focus on the scientific and engineering accomplishments of Black Americans• Reflection questions for each passage that prompt discus
4th - 10th
Ruby Bridges NO PREP Printables for Literacy and Social Studies was designed to provide your students with deep thinking, reading comprehension, vocabulary, problem solving skills, and {most importantly} an understanding of how RUBY BRIDGES helped to change our world. Using these Ruby Bridges Printables in your classroom will benefit your students in the following ways: • Reflect on the life, challenges, and accomplishments of Ruby Bridges. • Inspire students to care about who people are on in
This is a sample version of the full product. There are two civil rights leaders included in this packet - there are fifteen in the full product. ❯❯❯❯❯ Includes ♥ 1 informational passage for Rosa Parks & MLK, Jr., with » vocabulary expansion, meaning I have bolded important words in the passages and placed a "definition key" on the right hand side » timeline » 2 questions encouraging comprehension and text-to-self relationships ❯❯❯❯❯ Full Product!! BLACK HISTORY MONTH | CIVIL RIGHTS LE
I love learning about amazing people in history, and my daughter Malaya is an incredible artist.So, together we teamed up to create these posters in honor of Black History Month!POSTERS1. Harriet Tubman2. Sojourner Truth3. Rosa Parks4. Crispus Attucks5. Angela Davis6. Barrack Obama7. Barbara Jordan8. Mae Carol Jemison9. Coretta Scott King10. Bryan Stevenson11. Bessie Coleman12. Alice Coachman13. Shirley Chrisholm14. Ida B. Wells15. Martin Luther King Jr.We hope you and your stu
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George Washington Carver FreebieYOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE:Harriet Tubman - Black History Month ActivitiesGeorge Washington Carver - Black History Month Activities Rosa Parks - Black History Month Activities Jackie Robinson - Black History Month Activities Black History Month Activities PackBlack History Month Activities BUNDLECopyright © Katie Shadley - All rights reserved. Purchase of this item grants that purchaser the right to reproduce the contents for use in one classroom only. Redistribution or
Black History Month Scoot includes 30 cards with a brief description of famous African Americans. Students are given a "Student Recording Sheet" which includes a bank of names to help identify the famous Americans in a game of Scoot.
4th - 6th
This huge set researching about some important individuals is everything you need to teach for Black History Month. These pages give your students lots of practice sheets to research and learn about their life and their work following the Biography Research Template. Each sheet focused on one individual, so they can grow their knowledge of these wonderful influencers of Black Leader and Person.Students always seem to be more engaged when they get to learn about the life of big and important indi
We are excited to bring you this fun free resource to add to your Black History Month teaching unit. If you like this page, you will want to check out our Ruby Bridges Bundle in our store at
Are you looking for BLACK HISTORY MONTH reading passages? These thirteen non-fiction text passages are perfect for Black History Month in February! If you're looking for a way to incorporate social studies with reading, and a variety of people this study is perfect. The passage and the questions are all on one page for easy reference. Full Black History Month Passages: Black History Reading Comprehension Passages NONFICTION Women's History Month
This engaging and easy-to-use resource is great for Black History Month or any time of the year. It features three important figures - Jackie Robinson, Harriet Tubman, and Colin Powell. For each individual, there is a video link, slide, and a choice of three short activities for students to complete. These work great as daily class starters, station activities, homework assignments, or an intro for a Black History Month research project. Also included is a basic chart for students to fill in as
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