Black History Month Class Quilt Project: This project contains 25 famous people important to black history. After the individual pages are completed, they fit together to create a large class quilt. Quilts play an important part in Back History, so it is the perfect platform to display the contributions of these American Heroes.
What's Included in this Black History Month Project?
~ A quilt page for each of the following Black History American Heroes
1.) Booker T Washington
2.) Harriet Tubman
3.) Frederick Douglass
4.) Marcus Garvey
5.) Rosa Parks
6.) Jesse Owens
7.) Sojourner Truth
8.) Martin Luther King JR
9.) Billie Holiday
10.) Ruby Bridges
11.) Bill Pickett
12.) Edna Lewis
13.) Thurgood Marshall
14.) Bessie Coleman
15.) George W. Carver
16.) Marian Anderson
17.) Langston Hughes
18.) Wilma Rudolph
19.) Tuskegee Airman
20.) Phyllis Wheatley
21.) Michael Jackson
22.) Jackie Robinson
23.) Sarah E Goode
24.) Benjamin Banneker
25.) Michael Jordan
AND A BLANK TEMPLATE
▀ Study one African American hero each day in the month of February (Black History Month)
▀ Allow each student to research one African American hero
▀ Staple pages together to make the quilt OR Attach the pages together by punching a small hole in the corners and tying them together
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