Our "I Have a Dream" worksheet introduces your fourth grader to MLK Jr.'s historic speech. Try this "I Have a Dream" worksheet to learn about the visionary.
Ride along with the Lakota tribe with this history worksheet. These Native Americans were part of the horse culture of the Dakotas.
Get to know John Coltrane, a jazz legend, with this music history worksheet! Read his mini-biography and answer some trivia.
For kids studying the Underground Railroad, here's a worksheet to help them discover some of the songs that gave hope to enslaved Americans.
Your budding historian can learn about the Buffalo Soldiers, the first African American military troops to serve in peacetime.
Your young historian will learn about the some of the most notable African American inventors with this worksheet.
Learn more about Langston Hughes, one of the most influential figures in literature, with this word-scramble sheet.
Help your child learn about the importance of non-violent protest with this social studies worksheet on the famous Greensboro lunch counter sit-ins.
How many words relating to the Civil Rights Movement can your fourth grader locate? Encourage him to locate and circle the vocabulary listed in the word bank.
Celebrate Black History Month by learning about soul music and the history of African-Americans in pop music, all in this Hip-Hop Music worksheet!