Black History Activities for Kids – I am going to share with you some fun ways to get kids excited about researching and engaging students in black history writing.
One of my favorite free sites for teachers is Epic. You get a free account if you are a teacher. It has thousands of books on it. Check it out! You will love it. You can start by having your children read a book on Epic of a famous Black American. My children love to read about Harriet Tubman. There are several great books if you type her name in the search. Of course you can also go to the library and get books. I then have my students write fast facts on this graphic organizer.
Harriet Tubman Writing
Next, they can take those facts and write about her. They may choose instead a different type of graphic organizer. Kids love this interactive flap book to write about Harriett Tubman. It is a fun template for black history writing.
I have made a bundle if your children would like to choose their favorite famous Black American.
Bundle of Black History Writing
If you would like to pick just one, here are a few of my favorites!
QR Code Black History Scavenger Hunt
Another fun Black History Activity is to go on a QR Code Black History Scavenger Hunt! You simply place 12 different famous Black American around the room. Each card has a question. The students will scan the QR code to find the answer to the question about the Famous Black American.
Here is an example:
An answer sheet comes with the resource.
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Wishing you much success and fun learning about Famous Black Americans! If you would like to read about another fun writing activing click here!
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I wanted to write some easy readers with fun engaging activities for your little learners. Many classrooms have had great learning with them!