Black History Month Research Pennants

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The Seeds We Sow
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4th - 8th, Homeschool
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We used this as an end of the year project to celebrate Juneteenth. The students enjoyed it and it was a way to keep them engaged after state testing!
My students enjoyed this activity for Black History Month. I had them color their pennants and hung up around the classroom. They enjoyed seeing their work.


Black History Month in the U.S. is the month of February. Don't let it go by without recognizing some influential leaders of black history while giving your intermediate students the chance to research and learn independently.

In this No-Prep Black History Month Mini Research Project Banner Display, you'll receive 80 reproducible pages:

★Black History Month: 35 pennants representing influential people in B&W

★Black History Month: 35 pennants representing influential people in color

★Teacher Lesson Plan and Tips (Includes web site link where students can safely research all 35 influential individuals for Black History Month)

★Accommodations for pennant options

This Black History mini research banner display is intended for students in grades 4-8.

Pennants include these influential individuals:

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Coretta Scott King

Katherine G. Johnson

David Harold Blackwell

Guion “Guy” Steward Bluford, Jr.

Mae C. Jemison

Neil de Grasse Tyson

Sarah Elisabeth Goode

Thomas L. Jennings

Dr. Patricia Bath

Lonnie Johnson

Marie Maynard Daly

Dr. Mark Dean

Maya Angelou

Ruby Bridges

Bessie Coleman

Frederick Douglass

Muhammad Ali

Marcus Garvey

George Washington Carver

William Henry Hastie

Dorothy Irene Height

Lewis H. Latimer

Malcolm X

Nelson Mandela

Thurgood Marshall

Elijah McCoy

Hattie McDaniel

James Meredith

Rosa Parks

Mary Jane Seacole

Sojourner Truth

Harriet Ross Tubman

Madam C.J. Walker

Booker T. Washington

Use these banners for students to research influential figures for Black History Month; students do the research and fill out the information, and then you also have an eye-catching Black History Month display!


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