Celebrate Black History Month by studying the contributions of African-American jazz legends! Thelonius Monk was the first name in the modern jazz movement.
Help your child learn about the importance of non-violent protest with this social studies worksheet on the famous Greensboro lunch counter sit-ins.
One of the most influential singers of the modern era, Billie Holiday is respected and revered by fans and musicians all over the world.
Harriet Tubman not only helped slaves escape to freedom, she helped the Union in the civil war and was a women's rights advocate.
Celebrate Black History Month with a coloring page of Frederick Douglass - a social reformer, writer and eloquent speaker.
Here's an easy introduction to U.S. history for your child! This coloring page features educator and civil rights leader Mary McLeod Bethune.
Review terms and concepts all about Black History Month with a fun and informative crossword puzzle!
For kids studying the Underground Railroad, here's a worksheet to help them discover some of the songs that gave hope to enslaved Americans.
The Underground Railroad aided thousands of enslaved Americans on the road to freedom. Students will learn about the leaders of this movement.
Your future historian will learn about the Emancipation Proclamation as he hones his reading comprehension skills with this worksheet.
Celebrate Black History Month by learning about soul music and the history of African-Americans in pop music, all in this soulful worksheet!
Meet Etta James, a legendary African-American singer of soul and jazz. Your little musician can read a mini-bio and answer some trivia.
Celebrate Black History Month by learning about the birth of jazz music, and the history of African-Americans in pop music.
Celebrate Black History Month by learning about the birth of rock 'n' roll music and the history of African-Americans in pop music!
Encourage your child to get educated about Black History Month! Here's a fun word search, full of important terms and concepts.
Get to know John Coltrane, a jazz legend, with this music history worksheet! Read his mini-biography and answer some trivia.
Learn more about the Harlem Renaissance, one of the most influential art scenes in American history.
Learn about the Tuskegee Institute, an important site in American History. It was one of the first universities made to help educate African Americans.
Learn about an unspoken, unfair rule regarding segregation in major league baseball during the early 1900s.
Your young historian will learn about the some of the most notable African American inventors with this worksheet.
The Underground Railroad helped thousands of enslaved Americans find freedom. In this worksheet, your student will learn about this historic network.
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr's life and carry on his message of peace with this fun, creative activity that encourages harmony and tolerance.
This Martin Luther King, Jr. coloring page will help preschoolers celebrate this American hero! Add color to the mandala featuring his image and famous words.
Check out a book from your local library on one of the most inspirational people in the world, and get inspired by this amazing activist's achievements.
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.
This hands-on activity gets first grade kids brainstorming about what needs change in the world, and how they can help.
Teach your child about Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr, with an easy to read worksheet and word scramble.
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.
Color in Anansi, a crafty spider who spreads wisdom and knowledge wherever he goes.
Yep, you heard right. Color in a picture of the first African-American supreme court judge Thurgood Marshall.
If your child loves to be in the spotlight, help inspire her with this Historical Heroes worksheet about African-American playwright Lorraine Hansberry.
George Washington Carver did more than just play around with peanuts all day. He was an educator, a community leader, and a scientist.
Celebrate Black History Month with this printable about athlete and Olympic gold medal winner Jesse Owens.
An icon of the Civil Rights Movement, Rosa Parks is featured on this simple coloring page, a perfect way for your child to engage in learning history.
This George Washington Carver coloring page features him with a fistful of peanuts, the plant he's famous for popularizing.
Color in this picture of Sojourner Truth, one of the very first abolitionists and women's rights advocates.
This Martin Luther King, Jr. coloring page features the most famous and most influential civil rights activist himself!
Color in Jackie Robinson, a baseball player that paved the way for many great talents in baseball.
This Booker T. Washington coloring page depicts the famous figure who rose from slavery to become a significant part of the early civil rights movement.
Due to the efforts of W.E.B. DuBois, Americans began to take civil rights seriously.
Learn more about author, activist and poet Maya Angelou with this Historical Heroes printable - a great addition to celebrating Black History Month.
This coloring page features the first African-American woman poet published in the U.S.! Introduce your child to Miss Phillis Wheatley.
Learn more about this brave woman named Rosa Parks our "Historical Heroes" worksheet about her.
Learn about one of the important figures of American history in this worksheet with a word scramble about Frederick Douglass.
Learn more about Langston Hughes, one of the most influential figures in literature, with this word-scramble sheet.
Learn more about the Civil Rights Movement as you read about the Selma to Montgomery March and color in different locations on the map.
Discuss the civil rights movement with your second grader as she cuts and decorates her own team of protesters with this hand-in-hand cut out project.
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.
Use this coloring page as an opportunity to discuss the courage of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
Test your knowledge of the Civil Rights Movement with this crossword puzzle. Use the clues to help you fill in the grid.
This Rosa Parks coloring page will give you an opportunity to discuss a brave woman's historic act of defiance with your first grader.
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.
This coloring page features Martin Luther King Jr., a national icon of civil rights and the fight for equality.
Make a peace dove to commemorate Black History Month and hang it in your home as a quiet reminder of the spirit of the movement.
This writing activity will promote dialogue about racial segregation and its impact on African Americans throughout history with your second or third grader.
In this activity you and your child will learn about the African Americans that changed history in a fun quiz format.