Free resources for Black History Month

Alexandra Wladich  //  Feb 10, 2015

Free resources for Black History Month

Learn more about the exceptional contributions made by African Americans with these Black History Month resources from

●Teach your students about Ruby Bridges, the first African American child to integrate the all-white William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans. Through this resource students will learn about Ruby’s struggles and accomplishments with Common-Core lesson plans, facts, pictures, videos and more.

●Here are recommended titles that are all accompanied by free teaching resources, such as lesson plans, extension activities, book talks and discussion questions at

●Check out these five easy lessons and a freebie about Black History Month that involve trading cards, ice cream, and a long walk to freedom.

●Learn about iconic African Americans with these 28 ways to celebrate Black History Month.

●Through this activity, students will discover history as they meet famous African Americans, explore jazz music, and much more.

●Looking for classroom décor? These colorful mini-posters feature inspiring quotes from notable African Americans.