This gallery of printables for grades 6-12 includes short biographies of famous African-Americans and worksheets to expand understanding of Black History. These resources are perfect for Black History Month (February). This slideshow is just a sampling of all you can find in our Black History Month printable book.
Print a worksheet that presents a story about a woman slave, and an activity in which children decide how much control the slave had over her own life.
In this printable, children will hypothesize why slavery was especially harsh for enslaved African-American women.
In this printable, children will learn about George Washington and Phillis Wheatley. They will then write a short play about their meeting in 1776.
Learn about York, Jim Beckwourth, and George Bush: three notable African-Americans involved in the exploration and settlement of the West. This is a great printable activity to enjoy during Black History Month (February).
Learn about the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850.
Print a worksheet that presents facts about the life of Harriet Tubman, and asks children to match pictures to each fact.
Assign a writing activity that will help students learn about African-Americans' involvement in the military in the Civil War.
Children will read a speech by African-American Robert Brown Elliot and translate it into language that today's teenagers could understand.
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