Black History Month- Second Grade
Learn more about this brave woman named Rosa Parks our "Historical Heroes" worksheet about her.
Teach your students about Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr with this easy-to-read worksheet and word scramble.
Learn about one of the important figures of American history in this worksheet with a word scramble about Frederick Douglass.
Yep, you heard right. Color in a picture of the first African-American supreme court judge Thurgood Marshall.
Celebrate Black History Month with this printable about athlete and Olympic gold medal winner Jesse Owens.
Color in Anansi, a crafty spider who spreads wisdom and knowledge wherever he goes.
Color in this picture of Sojourner Truth, one of the very first abolitionists and women's rights advocates.
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.
Color in Jackie Robinson, a baseball player that paved the way for many great talents in baseball.
George Washington Carver did more than just play around with peanuts all day. He was an educator, a community leader, and a scientist.