Black History Month
Inventions have been created, societies have been changed - black individuals and communities through history have achieved numerous successes. Celebrate this during Black History Month with our hand-picked, free resources.
- A nice ICT task for both primary and secondary where students research famous black icons from history.
- A lovely clear timeline that charts black history in America.
- Bingo to trivia, guess who to hand art, try some of these activities to celebrate black history and culture.
- PowerPoint with great visuals showing some of the major events from British black history.
- A great PowerPoint and selection of activities that focus on the historical journeys to Britian.
- A series of SEN PowerPoints and activities focusing on slavery and black heroes from the past.
- A brilliant and thought-provoking collection of primary sources that can be used to show why it is important to embrace diversity.
- A series of photographs that would make a fab Black History Month classroom display.
- An excellent selection of differentiated resources that will help you develop some engaging lessons for Black History Month.
- A presentation with loads of African clothes that can be used to help teach about black history.
- Celebrate black authors and personalities with these simple photo matching cards.
- What do we mean by black history? Why should we celebrate? Explore these questions and more in an assembly from TrueTube.
- Mali’s Emperor, 1312-1337, teaches students about his pilgrimage to Mecca in this faux-interview from Franklin Watts.
- Debate and discuss whether it’s fair to consider Dr Martin Luther King Jr. central to the civil rights movement.
- A crossword to test how many famous Black personalities students know.
- Decorate your classroom with these profiles of famous Black people.