Black History Month Activities

Grade Levels
PreK - 2nd
Formats Included
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86 pages
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Black History for the Primary Classroom is a great way to introduce primary students to the contributions of African-Americans in our world, and important events such as The Underground Railroad and The Civil Rights Movement.

The students will learn about the following people:

Carter G. Woodson

Harriet Tubman

Sojourner Truth

Dr. Daniel Hale Williams

Madame CJ Walker

Garrett Morgan

Medgar Evers

Mary McLeod Bethune

Marian Anderson

President Barack Obama

The students will learn about these events:

The Underground Railroad

Brown vs. Board of Education

March from Selma

16th Street Baptist Church Bombing

Greensboro Sit-in

Also included:

KWL Chart

Vocabulary posters (slavery, civil rights, segregation, separate but equal, demonstration, desegregation)

Non-fiction research book

Recording pages for research

Bubble Maps for each person

Black History Vocabulary research book (extra words included...injustice, equality, prejudice, discrimination)

B&W versions of the people and events are included

I hope that your students enjoy using this resource to learn about black history month!

Total Pages
86 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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