In honor of Black History Month, Scholastic Magazines+ is celebrating with a FREE collection of nonfiction resources dedicated to the brave men, women and children who have made a big impact on the world!
Celebrate the contributions of Black inventors by learning more about simple everyday solutions in Let’s Find Out, the kindergarten magazine for early learners!
Dare to Dream? Read Misty Copeland’s journey from aspiring young dancer to inspiring Black ballet star. Scholastic News provides a background-knowledge building video, dance breaks, an online game, and skill sheets for grades 1–2.
For grade 4, empower your students with Bessie Coleman's powerful story about how she became the first Black woman to receive a pilot's license.
For grades 6–8, travel back in time to a vibrant period in U.S. history known as the Harlem Renaissance, when Black artists, writers, and musicians created work that continues to dazzle the world today.
Discover more FREE teaching materials from Scholastic Magazines+ and spark learning all year-around with relevant stories and digital resources!