Black history is one of the reasons I taught my children at home for the early grades.
Black History Month is wonderful, but I wanted my children to learn about the accomplishments of African-Americans all year round.
When we homeschooled, we learned about so many fascinating people right from the start.
Since I’m passionate about the topic, I still like to share black history resources for educators who observe Black History Month. And that’s why these black history figure coloring pages are so helpful for early grade education!
These are a fun and simple way to introduce students to African-Americans they may not have learned about.
And they’re a great springboard for further research!
Read on to see how to get your set. And, don’t miss our Ruby Bridges mini history lesson too!
Living Color History! Black History Figure Coloring Pages
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These coloring sheets feature realistic depictions of each person.
Plus, a blurb about what they accomplished or what they do.
These are wonderful for art extension if you’ve been learning about any of these figures with your class.
And, if you’d like to broaden your black history knowledge, these figures are a great place to start!
You can even challenge students to find out an interesting fact or two about the person on their sheet. Let them share what they learned the next day in class!
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Take a look at these other black history learning activities!
See more ways to teach history on my Living History for Kids Pinterest board!
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