The activities in this gallery include quizzes, arts & crafts projects, and worksheets detailing the accomplishments of various African-Americans. These resources are perfect for students in grades K-5 studying Black History Month (February). These activities are just a sampling of all you can find in the printable book—find the link at the end of the slideshow.
Learn about the inventor of the stop light.
Teach children about Jan Matzeliger's invention of the shoe-lasting machine, which made shoe-making easier.
Use this printable to teach children all about four different inventors: Latimer, Bell, Edison, and Woods.
Use this worksheet after reading African folktales.
This multiple-choice printable will test children's knowledge of Black History.
Children can design their own T-shirt for Black History Month, or any other occasion, with this printable. This is a fun and unique art project for kids to enjoy.
Teach children how to make a Bakwele dance mask like those from the Congo with a printable sheet.
This craft activity uses weeds and grass to create a weave made from nature.
In this different way of creating pictures, kids scratch away a thin layer of crayon to reveal a picture.
Use this printable to teach children about the types of food eaten in West Africa.
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