This free resource was created to go along with your Black History Month studies. It's a print & go resource perfect for history, music, and language arts classes!
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22 AFRICAN AMERICAN RESEARCH BROCHURES
14 AFRICAN AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY COLORING PAGES
For this project, students should listen to a variety of jazz songs by the following musicians:
You should be able to find a great assortment on YouTube.
Jazz Bubble Collage -
Students will use the page of thought bubbles to write in how the music makes them feel. They can also draw, or do a mixture of both. Once 4 to 5 bubbles have been filled out, students will cut them out and glue them around “How I Feel About Jazz”.
This project can also be used as an element of a bigger project such as a Black History Month or musical genres poster activity.
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