Black History Month: Holiday Ideas
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Black History Month: Holiday Ideas

Use the information and activities in this resource to celebrate African-American history and culture. Included are facts, resources, a poem, and an African-American Hero Collector Card research project. See Full Product Description.

Number of pages: 3 Subject: African American History Grade: 1 - 6 Theme: Black History Month, Winter Themes, February Type: Lesson Plans Author: Susan Dillon File Size: 683 KB
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February is the month when schools officially celebrate African-American history and culture. It coincides with the birthdays of famous ex-slave, abolitionist, and educator Frederick Douglass (February 14) and President Abraham Lincoln (February 12). The information and research activity in this resource will help your class learn about and celebrate the contributions of notable African Americans.

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