Celebrate Black History Month With Flocabulary

Celebrate Black History Month with Flocabulary

Each February, we observe Black History Month to remember important people and events in black history. To help you teach students about these influential moments and figures, we’ve compiled relevant Flocabulary units and lesson plans in one place—including our elementary lesson plans on Ruby Bridges and Martin Luther King Jr.

And to ensure these stories are widely available, our units on famous people and events in black history are free through the end of February. Explore them now.

Black history is American history, and it doesn’t need to be limited to just one month. Use these Flocabulary resources to teach black history in your curriculum all year long.

Have friends or colleagues who may want to celebrate Black History Month with Flocabulary? Share these resources with your PLN:

Find these resources helpful for your Black History Month lessons? Let us know by sending us a tweet with the hashtag #FlocabChat.

Molly Cronin

Molly's love of education began when she landed her first job at age 17 as a preschool teacher's aide, where she changed countless diapers and led groups of toddlers in many a nursery rhyme. She studied communications, marketing, and education at Cornell University, where she wrote articles for university publications, co-hosted a radio show and led PR for a children's advocacy organization. After a stint in the crazy world of agency PR, she now blends her background in communications and her passion for education in her sales and partnership work at Flocabulary. When she's off Flocab duty, she can be found scouring food blogs and old cookbooks or traipsing around Alphabet City.

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