In our recently shared plan to stand with educators in the pursuit of racial justice, we committed to highlighting the resources and leadership of Black educators and other educators of color in our community. In this first selection of resources, you’ll find age-appropriate lessons and activities that explore Black identity, culture, and history. 

In addition to these resources, it’s imperative to seek out and pursue other opportunities to create an inclusive classroom environment. Therefore, we’ll continue to amplify the voices of Black educators and share additional learning opportunities throughout our channels. Stay tuned.

Resources Featuring Black History, Culture, and Experiences

Martin Luther King Jr. Emergent Reader & Centers
By Limars Stars
Grades PreK-K
Black History Month ~ Inventions
By Cara’s Creative Playground
Grades K – 1
Black History in Canada – Picture Book Responses
By BrowniePoints
Grades 1 – 3
SOCIAL STUDIES: NOW YOU KNOW (HAIR)
By Education with an Apron
Grades K – 5
Black History Month Research Project
By Texas Teacherella
Grades 3 – 6
Black History Month – Mikaila Ulmer
By The Master Classroom
Grades 6 – 8
Diverse Book List
By The Tutu Teacher
Not Grade Specific