Are you looking for an easy and fun way to integrate social studies into your reading curriculum?
This pack of reading comprehension passages is a perfect choice! These reading comprehension passages cover 12 people in Black History. Each passage includes 2-3 questions to go along with the reading!
Your students will read a nonfiction passage about an important person in Black History. Then, they will answer 2-3 questions based on the passage.
The text is intended for K-2nd graders and can be read together as a class, in small groups, or independently! The best part? This resource is no prep! Just print & go!
- Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Rosa Parks
- Booker T. Washington
- Frederick Douglass
- Harriet Tubman
- Jackie Robinson
- Jesse Owens
- Ruby Bridges
- Sojourner Truth
- Thurgood Marshall
- Marcus Garvey
- Sarah E. Goode
There are so many ways to use this resource! Here are just a few:
- Small-Group Instruction
- Bell Ringers
- Early Finishers
TEACHERS LIKE YOU SAID…
I used this back in February for Black History Month. It is easy to follow in making plans on teaching famous African American People. My students found them worksheets fun and engaging. They learned so much about each one of the people listed. Your resource also had people I couldn’t find in other TPT items. Thank you for your great work.
This was a great buy, and my students loved them. They were engaging and interactive, all the while letting the students learn the standards. I highly recommend it!
These were a great resource for Black History Month, and they’re great to use anytime! I used them for both mini-lessons and small groups. It was nice to expose the students to so many new people!
This Black History Month reading comprehension resource is engaging and interactive! Grab your copy today!
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