Black History Month Web Sites
If you’re looking for some great media suggestions for your kids—look no further than our Top Picks! We have a variety of lists in all of our media categories with some wonderful suggestions for kids of all ages.
Top Picks – Black History Month Web Sites
Enchanted Learning: Learn about famous African-Americans such as Martin Luther King, Harriet Tubman, and Rosa Parks. There are coloring pages and word puzzle activities, too.
African-American World for Kids
PBS Kids: Try to match the famous face with the event from PBS Kids. Can you beat all four levels?
Culture and Change
Scholastic: Who are the top ten African-American inventors of all time, and which of their inventions can’t you live without? Find out at this site!
Black History : Then to Now
Time for Kids: Visit Time magazine’s kid-focused site celebrating Black History Month that includes information about Martin Luther King, Jr.
Underground Railroad to Freedom: Punctuated with audio clips, National Geographic for Kids’ site provides an overview of the Underground Railroad to freedom. Choose your path in this interactive adventure: remain as a slave or try to escape.
History Channel’s History
Black History: A nicely-designed site has maps, information on civil rights, video clips, profiles of African-American icons nicely divided into categories, and more.
Guide to Black History
Encyclopedia Britannica Guide to Black History: The endless amount of solid information makes this a great resource for school reports. It is, however, very text heavy.