Black History Month All Grades
Learn more about the Civil Rights Movement as you read about the Selma to Montgomery March and color in different locations on the map.
This George Washington Carver coloring page features him with a fistful of peanuts, the plant he's famous for popularizing.
A simple coloring page can help teach U.S. history! Introduce your child to Harriet Tubman, an important historical figure from Abolitionist and Civil War era.
Brush up on U.S. geography while learning a bit about a historical African American Community: Eatonville, Florida!
Celebrate Black History Month with a coloring page of Frederick Douglass - a social reformer, writer and eloquent speaker.
Test your knowledge of the Civil Rights Movement with this crossword puzzle. Use the clues to help you fill in the grid.
George Washington Carver did more than just play around with peanuts all day. He was an educator, a community leader, and a scientist.
Color in this picture of Sojourner Truth, one of the very first abolitionists and women's rights advocates.
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.
Here's an easy introduction to U.S. history for your child! This coloring page features educator and civil rights leader Mary McLeod Bethune.