March is Women's History Month. Use these famous quotes by important women in history to practice quote analysis and critical thinking skills. (A quote analysis worksheet is provided!) You can also have students illustrate a poster using one of the quotes or even do some extra credit by researching more about a famous woman in history. Download the image below to see more! ... Read More about Women’s History Month Quotations Activity
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As black history month comes to a close, my students and I have learned a lot. My students have finished their presentations, and this is a good week to review all that we have learned recently. I created this free black history word search as a fun way for students to review many of the important figures they have learned about through one another's presentations, and through out studies. Enjoy! ... Read More about Black History Word Search
Did you know that February is black history month? We have a few ideas to help you teach little people different black American heroes (and ordinary people!). For instance, once simple thing you can do is Ask your families if they have any food or tradition they would like to share with the class. You can also do this for Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, etc. You could make a class cookbook! You can also do a class research project or, so “copy-cat” art. Check out all the wonderful ideas and ... Read More about Black History Kindergarten Lesson Plans and Ideas with free download!
Howdy! Jen Bradshaw here from TeacherKARMA.com. Learn about the brave life of Sojourner Truth, as well as some interesting facts you may not know. She met President Abraham Lincoln and told him about her life as a slave. She usually slept outside. Sojourner once won a court case against a man that accused her of poisoning him. Grab your FREE 25 page Sojourner Truth Biography Report Writing Kit. Best wishes! ... Read More about Black History Resource FREEBIE – Sojourner Truth
Do you always get stumped when trying to think of new ideas for Black History Month lesson plans? Here is some fun information AND a new idea to try this go around... When is Black History Month? The celebration of Black History Month began as “Negro History Week,” which was created in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson, a noted African American historian, scholar, educator, and publisher. Woodson chose that week specifically because it covered the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and ... Read More about Black History Bio Tech Report!