Thursday, February 12, 2015

Black History Month Trading Cards

Are you looking for a way to add interest to your Black History Month unit? Do you want to add more activities to your learning stations? Are you searching for a project which integrates learning and technology? Download my Black History Month Trading Cards package!

Included is a set of 54 trading cards highlighting famous persons, places, events and court cases in Black History. These trading cards can be printed on card stock, laminated, and trimmed to produce a set of playing cards. The deck is divided into fours suits of thirteen with two jokers, allowing students to learn while playing any standard card game. Also included are the documents "Educational Trading Card Games" and "Creating Educational Trading Cards". The first document contains three original study games for classes and small groups. The second document gives teachers and students the step by step instructions required to create their own cards using an online resource. Enjoy!
Great quality color pictures when printed on card stock. My students love the information on the cards and the games they can play with them. GREAT product!!

Great activity to get students interested in reading biographies.

I used these as flashcards for my students to play games to practice these events and important people. Very cool!


Journey to Freedom (Online Activity)

You are a slave. You belong to a farmer who owns a tobacco plantation on the eastern shore of Maryland. Six long days a week you tend his field. But not for much longer . . . What will you do? Make your choices well as you embark on your journey to freedom.

Fact-Filled Bingo:  Black History

Fact-Filled Bingo is a computer program sure to bring excitement to your Black History unit. The talking robot calls out random exploration topics complete with pictures and interesting facts. 40 bingo cards are provided. Use the companion program Fact-Filled Slideshow and a SmartBoard/projector to highlight 48 different topics. Again the talking robot does the narrating. As a bonus I’ve included the manual “Text-to-Speech” which teaches you how to make PowerPoints talk.
Great fun! My students really enjoyed! Thank you!

Fantastic product! Thank you!

African American History Timeline: 1492-1600
African American History Timeline: 1492-1600
African American History Timeline: 1492-1600

African American History Timeline - 1492 to Present

Use this free online resource to research people, events and judicial decisions in African American History.  Ideal for students searching for a topic to research for a report or project. Subject headings include Africans in the New World, Anti-Slavery Resistance & Campaigns, Emancipation, Slave Laws, Racial Restrictions, Black Politics and Black Education.

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