Black History Month Bulletin Board, Notable Women Interactive Display Board

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16 Ratings
Laura Randazzo
Grade Levels
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Formats Included
  • PDF
48 main content pages + lettering options
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Set up this board in our school hallway. Students stop and look at the different people as they pass by. Easy to set up.
I used these on a standing bulletin board as an interactive activity in the media center. Students and adults both loved this!


Celebrate the achievements of notable African-American women with this flip/flap interactive bulletin board.

Print these materials and follow the simple step-by-step assembly directions to create an interactive bulletin board featuring 24 examples of famous women who’ve created successful careers in the fields of politics, science, and entertainment. Better yet, have a student volunteer/T.A. build this for you.

This display is appropriate for Black History Month in February, Women’s History Month in March, or any time in the year you want to promote inclusion with your students. Designed to work year-round in any subject-area classroom, library, or counseling office.

Materials you’ll need:

• White or colored printer paper (materials look great printed in either full-color or black-and-white mode)

• Stapler

• Scissors to cut out display lettering

Need more print-and-post bulletin board materials? Visit this page and scroll down to browse my catalog of ready-to-use display boards and poster sets:

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Total Pages
48 main content pages + lettering options
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Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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