Your young historian will learn about the some of the most notable African American inventors with this worksheet.
Due to the efforts of W.E.B. DuBois, Americans began to take civil rights seriously.
Help your child learn about the importance of non-violent protest with this social studies worksheet on the famous Greensboro lunch counter sit-ins.
See if you can match each major court decision that came straight out of the Civil Rights movement.
Test your knowledge of the Civil Rights Movement with this crossword puzzle. Use the clues to help you fill in the grid.
If your child loves to be in the spotlight, help inspire her with this Historical Heroes worksheet about African-American playwright Lorraine Hansberry.
Brush up on U.S. geography while learning a bit about a historical African American Community: Eatonville, Florida!
Explore the special vocabulary that applies to the civil rights movement, both the one in our American history and those going on today.
The blues is one of the first kinds of 'folk music' to come out of the United States, and its influence can be heard all over.
Learn about one of the important figures of American history in this worksheet with a word scramble about Frederick Douglass.