February is celebrated as Black History Month. It's a perfect time to learn about African Americans heroes and their significance in history of America. I am so happy to share these free printable black history month handprint keepsake art "Everyone is welcome here". This phrase refers that people of all races and backgrounds are welcome to be a part of this celebration. Also check out these fun10 black history activities and ideas!!
Handprint arts are special but this one is super special as it shows that no matter what color you are, you are equally valued. Hence, I love these black history month handprint art keepsake free printable. Get your copy today!
This black history month handprint crafts has two templates " We rise by Lifting Others" and "Everyone is Welcome here". Both are super cute and adorable! Just grab the handprint templates and get your kids to make their handprints in different tones of skin color. It's super fun and educative! I think Black history is an important part of American history that should be taught all year long, I also think it's important to focus on it more during this month because for so long it was left in the dark. Now, it's hard to teach history to preschoolers because history is hard and you want to do it justice.
Black History Crafts Printable: These cute and adorable crafts are just what you might be looking for your preschool for black history monthThese super cool crafts and activities for black history months includes many African-American heroes like Rosa parks, Ruby Bridges, Besse Coleman and many more.
Black history is a big topic with a lot of stories, and many preschool teachers wonder how we can teach anything without teaching everything. As a preschool teacher, I spend a lot of my time breaking down big ideas and skills into smaller ones that my students can learn. I decided to do these cute handprint crafts (Grab the free printable from my store) for black history month which subtly teaches about different skin colors and how they should celebrate it!
Martin Luther King Jr. Handprint: Use black and white paint to create a handprint craft honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Preschoolers can add details such as a peace sign or the word "love" to their handprint to represent King's message of nonviolence and equality.
Black History Month Google slides : Let's celebrate Black History month by honoring the African American Heroes- ‘Bessie Coleman, Martin Luther King Jr. , Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, Jesse Owens, George Washington Carver, Ruby Bridge, Jackie Robinson, Barack Obama – These 150 Google Slide are a great and a fun way to teach your preschoolers and kindergarteners about the civil movement.