Coloring Book of Prominent African-Americans
||Celebrate Black history month with a coloring book of prominent African-Americans. Each coloring page has a picture and a description of a civil rights leader, writer, scientist, inventor, educator, politician, musician, or athlete. Print a coloring book for each student, or have them create their own mini-books with pictures and biographies of notable figures in African-American history. Students will learn about the accomplishments of Martin Luther King Jr., Sarah Boone, Rosa Parks, and more!
- Sarah Boone Coloring Page
Sarah Boone patented the ironing board in 1892. In this printable, children read about this famous African-American inventor, and color in the picture. It's a great arts & crafts activity to use during Black History Month (February) or Women's History Month (March).
- George Washington Carver – Coloring Page
Children read a short biography of the African-American inventor George Washington Carver, who discovered hundreds of products that could be made from peanuts. Then, they color in his picture. Use this worksheet as a supplement to your Black History Month (February) unit.
- Dr. Maulana Karenga, Kwanzaa Creator (Coloring Page)
Coloring book page with picture of Dr. Maulana Karenga. He is the creator of Kwanzaa, the African-American holiday that celebrates African ancestry, traditions, and culture. You can also use this worksheet during Black History Month (February).
- My Mini-Book of Famous African-Americans
The lives of 23 famous African-Americans are briefly reviewed in this mini-book. Use this printable during Black History Month to introduce famous writers, scientists, leaders, and historical figures.
- Martin Luther King Jr Resources for Teachers
Learn about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., an American civil rights leader and National hero, who was born on January 15. Share the stories of his vision and commitment by using activities and printables that detail his life.
- Popular Black History Month Biographies
February is Black History Month. Celebrate the lives of historic African-American figures, athletes, musicians, and writers by sharing these Black History Month biographies with your students.