There are some AMAZING freebies available on Teachers pay Teachers for Black History month! There are hundreds listed for Martin Luther King, Jr., so this post will focus on other important people in black history.
First up is a Harriet Tubman freebie from Crockett's Classroom. We made use of this resource this morning and it was just right for my kids (1st and 3rd). We actually do a lot of oral learning so I read the passage to them, we talked about it, and then answered the various questions in discussion. I then left the passage out for them to read again if they wanted to refer to it during discussion. The safe house activity sparked quite a lot of ideas and really brought the learning to life. Thanks, Crockett's Classroom!
Another one just right for elementary students is this George Washington Carver freebie from Fun Teach. Word finds are always a big hit in my house so I know this one will be a big hit.
this one about Rosa Parks from Sunny and Bright in First Grade.
Bow Tie Guy (I love his store name!) has a freebie for Grades 3-6 about Mary McLeod Bethune, also with differentiated reading passages:
Last, but not least is a Ruby Bridges freebie from 2 Brainy Apples. This one is for 3rd grade, but in the description there are links to other grades as well!
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