Digital and Online Learning Resources from Black Teacher-Authors

Education is strongest when diverse perspectives and voices are shared and heard in classroom settings. During Black History Month — and throughout the year — we’re proud to highlight the expertise of the Black educators in the TpT community. With these resources, teachers around the world can incorporate a variety of engaging digital learning materials into their lessons.

Digital Elementary Resources Created by Black Educators

Explore these PreK-5 math and ELA activities that you can use whether you’re teaching remote, in-person, or a little bit of both.

DIGITAL Letter Name and Sound Review Assessment Distance Learning by Toney in First

Grades: PreK-1st | English Language Arts

Are you looking for an engaging, digital way to assess learners? Look no further — this is the perfect review quiz to measure your scholars’ growth with built-in, self-grading pie charts.

CVC Build a Word for Google Classroom by Keri Brown

Grades: K-2 | English Language Arts

This resource focuses on building CVC words. Students can move the correct letters under the picture to build the word. 

Open-Ended Math Questions – Number Sense by BrowniePoints

Grades: 1st-2nd | Math

These open-ended math questions allow students to approach problem-solving in their own way. You can also challenge your fast finishers by asking them to come up with several solutions at once.

Grocery Store Flyer Task Card Activity- Functional Math for SpEd and Life Skills by Noodle Nook

Grades: 2nd-5th | Special Education, Life Skills

If you’re working with Special Education students, you’ll love this activity because it’s already differentiated. It targets several functional math skills, and is a great center-based activity for students to practice computation, budgeting, and more!

Fraction Unit – Simplifying Fractions Worksheets by Teacher Gameroom

Grades: 3rd-6th | Math

Reinforce fraction skills by having students use the greatest common factor to reduce fractions to their simplest form. Perfect for morning work or homework.

Number of the Day | Digital Activities within One Million | Distance Learning by Mr Elementary Math

Grades: 4th-5th | Math

Do your students need extra practice understanding numbers 1,000 through 1,000,000? This math warm-up is just the thing. With this resource, you can walk your students through five daily tasks to build their number sense.


Grades: 4th-6th | English Language Arts

If your students often struggle with making distinctions between the characteristics of an introduction paragraph and those of a conclusion paragraph, this resource can help provide a basic review of the purpose and characteristics of each paragraph type.

Digital Base Ten Blocks Activities with Decimals | Distance Learning by Mix and Math

Grades: 5th | Math

These activities were designed to build and challenge students’ understanding of the base-ten number system with decimals, while also encouraging creative thinking.

Digital Drawing Conclusions and Inferences by Humble Bird

Grades: 5th – 6th | English Language Arts

This is a quick and easy way to check for understanding and review inferences with your students. Your students will use the clues from the provided paragraphs to make a guess about what’s behind the door and then justify their answers. 

Digital Middle and High Resources Created by Black Educators

With these activities, your middle and high students can build skills in math and science, and prepare for life beyond the classroom.

Rational Number Operations Notes by The Sassy Math Teacher

Grades: 6th-7th | Math

This bundle is an excellent way to review rational number operations and introduce your students to word problems involving rational numbers, including decimals, integers, and fractions.

Easy Chemistry: Food Pairs Stoichiometry by SmartBots Makerspace

Grades: 7th-12th | Chemistry

Don’t let stoichiometry strike fear in the heart of your students! With this unit, you can simplify this complex concept in an easy-to-understand way.

College & Career Readiness Research for Google Drive™ | Vocational & Technical by College Counselor Traci

Grades: 10th – 12 Grade | Life Skills

These low-prep activities are excellent for providing students and parents an introduction to college and career readiness focusing on vocational and/or technical.

Digital Teacher Organization Resources Created by Black Educators

If you’re feeling time-strapped, check out these ready-to-use resources to help you cut down on prep time.


Not Grade Specific

Keep parents and students informed with these editable monthly newsletter templates.

Distance Learning Google Slides™ Editable Daily Agendas Shiplap Porch Lights by The Fancy Counselor

Not Grade Specific

Use these signs to create and share your daily agendas with students. You can screen share with younger children, or post to your LMS for older children who are more independent.

Digital Good Morning and Lesson Plan Templates for Google Slides by One Fab Teacher

PreK – 2nd Grade

This resource is a fantastic way to keep yourself organized and make lesson planning more productive each week.

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This blog, originally published in 2021, has been updated for 2022.