Black History Month, which is celebrated each year during the month of February, is an opportunity for Americans to celebrate the contributions to their nation made by people of African descent.Initially established in 1926 as Black History Week by American historian Carter G. Woodson, the week was expanded to a month in 1976. Celebrations start on February 1st.
During the month of February, schools and communities come together to commemorate Black American culture, history and contributions of influential figures in the anti-segregation and civil rights movements.
Black History Month aims to celebrate the achievements of African American people not just in the US, but around the world and to educate students on black history.
Teachers in our Global Content Department created these engaging Snowflake Lesson Activities that you can use in your classroom:
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How can I use the lesson activities?
When you have a NUITEQ account, you and your students can use them on any device, such as a touchscreen, laptop, Chromebook, or tablet with an internet connection. Just press play to begin.
If your classroom uses technology such as interactive screens, download the lesson activities from snow.live to your computer and use them in Snowflake on your classroom's large touchscreen display. Open the Lesson Activities app and import the lesson activity you want to use.
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