Begin your exploration of African American history with this web portal, leading out to more than 400 websites. [...] »
This website is full of resources for integrating African-American history into my elementary curriculum, from timelines to primary sources to scholars’ essays.
For story time or personal research, peruse historical children's books. [...] »
Memorial Day is a day of remembrance. Materials for all classroom levels are [...] »
What do the contents of pockets say about their owners? TAH teachers model [...] »
The Smithsonian offers rich resources for teachers, but tracking them down can [...] »
Construct an ongoing, shared classroom timeline in middle and elementary [...] »
Students are never too young for digital tools—watch first graders use [...] »
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