Black Props

Resources for K-8 Classrooms
Most Produced on Standard Size Stock for Easy Reproduction

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Black History Cards
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Black Props

What are Teaching Black History Resources

Black PROPS® are black history resources for teaching black history in K-8 classrooms and home schooling lessons.

Alphabet Flash Cards | Civil War Flash Cards | Charts | History Packets | Printables

Use them to share black history facts with students every day. Whether you’re teaching young learners the alphabet and letter formation, or studying the Civil War and the American Revolution with those a little older, these resources supplement what’s being taught and put Black History and amazing African Americans in front of students every day.

Use Black PROPS to:

  • Share a little black history with students every day
  • Motivate, encourage, inspire and show students who they can be and what they can achieve.
    Black PROPS

Black History is American History

Teach It Every Day

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