Have your social studies student try her hand and writing her own protest song in this creative worksheet.
Help your child learn about the importance of non-violent protest with this social studies worksheet on the famous Greensboro lunch counter sit-ins.
By the end of the Civil Rights movement, ideas about nonviolence were changing. Read about it, then write your opinion.
Learn more about some of the most popular songs of the day and explore what made them anthems of the Civil Rights movement.
Learn all about the historic March on Washington in this reading response worksheet.
Your child already know all about the heroic Rosa Parks, now read about the Montgomery Bus Boycott, the movement she inspired.
Read this worksheet to learn about the sit-ins of the Civil Rights movement,which served as proof that nonviolence could accomplish great things.
Explore the special vocabulary that applies to the civil rights movement, both the one in our American history and those going on today.
In this worksheet, read all about Brown vs. Board of Education, a court decision that changed the lives of millions of Americans.
Learn more about the Civil Rights Movement as you read about the Selma to Montgomery March and color in different locations on the map.