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Black History Month: 14 Math & Graphic Organizer Worksheets (Gr. 1-7)

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Black History Month: 14 Math & Graphic Organizer Worksheets (Grades 1-7).

These fun Black History Month printables come with more options than a Vegas buffet. The mini portraits serve the basis for 14 various worksheets. Choose worksheets that fit your needs, and take them with you across grade levels.

Hands-on images help students understand the challenges, setbacks, and success of black America. Students interpret expressions and moments in time that capture the American can-do spirit.

Great for centers, partners, sub days, morning work, computer lab, GATE, ESL, or Resource.

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• Find & Glue (2)

• Circle Map

• Bubble Map

• Double Bubble

• Create a Group

• Comparison Chart

• Venn Diagram

• Tree Map

• Brace Map

• Mixed Review

• Variables

• Percent, Fraction, Decimal

• Who’s Who?

Featured Americans:

• York

• Will Lee

• Benjamin Banneker

• Crispus Attucks

• James Forten

• Salem Poor

• Prince Hall

• Paul Cuffee

• Phillis Wheatley

• Sojourner Truth

• Paul Jennings

• Dred Scott

• James Armistead

• Agrippa Hull

• Jean Baptiste Point du Sable

• Stephen Bishop

• Booker T. Washington

• Harriet Tubman

• Buffalo Soldiers

• Frederick Douglass

• 54th Massachusetts Volunteers

• Lucy Stanton

• Lewis Latimer

• Dr. Daniel Williams

• George W. Carver

• Norbert Rillieux

• Mary McLeod Bethune

• Marshall Taylor

• Jan Matzeliger

• Madam C.J. Walker

• Charles Drew

• Matthew Henson

• Jesse Owens

• Dorie Miller

• Tuskegee Airmen

• Martin L. King

• Ruby Bridges

• Rosa Parks

• Thurgood Marshall

• Rosalind Brewer

• Nadja West

• Condoleezza Rice

• Neil deGrasse Tyson

• Oprah Winfrey

• Barack Obama

Proud Culture, Proud America!

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