Black History Teaching Resources K-8

African Americans Three Branches of Government

Learn Black History While Traveling
Visiting museums is a great way to learn history.

Read our blog and see where you can find black history in museums around the country.

Do African American students need to know their history?

We think so.

In schools and classrooms that are predominantly black, it is critical that students know that black history is not an anomaly…that it’s not just for Black History Month…that Black History is American history.

                                      So why Black PROPS, our line of black history products for K-8 classrooms.

                                      We created Black PROPS to facilitate the inclusion of black history every day.

We know that students are better learners and more engaged when they see themselves in what they’re learning. Our products were created with that in mind.

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, our products supplement what’s being taught and put Black History and amazing African Americans in front of students every day.

Moreover, our products motivate, encourage, inspire and show students who they can be and what they can achieve.
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Black History is American History

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