February is Black History Month! Hold an outstanding celebration of African-American culture with our budget friendly products & incentives.
Teachers can distribute the sheets in this tablet to every student in the class. It's a great tool for reviewing black history and sparking discussion about the individuals and events that have made a major impact on America and the world. 56 sheets total.
Place an important reminder in the hand of students about the importance of black history to all Ameicans. Packs include 50 wraparound, multi-colored design pencils.
Wristband features two affirmative messages for students: Black History Month Believe, Achieve, Succeed on the outside and Decide to be your best.- Booker T. Washington on the inside. Made of quality silicone rubber. Lead-free, PVC-free and latex-free. FDA compliant. Three assorted colors.
Striking blue bracelet features a gold-foil-stamped profile of newly elected President Barack Obama. Economically priced for wide distribution.
Check out our suggested products
Promote Black History Month awareness with this dramatic self-adhesive ribbon bracelet. This bracelet features a slogan and design that celebrates a rich part of our national heritage.
Silicone band bracelets are a trendy kids accessory. Ours has a debossed message that communicates your message of unity. Bracelets are recyclable;lead-, PVC-, and latex free, and compliant with FDA standards.
Communicate unity with trendy silicone bracelets. Green glow bracelet features Celebrate Diversity outside and Diversity Colors Our World inside. Bracelets are recyclable; lead-free, PVC-free, and latex-free, and compliant with FDA standards.
Communicate unity with this trendy silicone bracelet. Red, White, and Blue bracelet displays Many Cultures One Nation outside and Everyone Is Special inside. Bracelets are recyclable, lead-free, PVC-free, and latex free. FDA compliant.
Rainbow bracelet encourages students to celebrate the diversity that enriches their school and community. Features the debossed message Courage, Bravery, Endurance, Hope. Made of quality silicone-style rubber.
Silicone bracelet is the perfect re-election keepsake for kids. Believe, Achieve, Succeed the flag design are on the outside; 44th U.S. President is on the inside. Bracelets are lead-free, PVC-free and latex-free. FDA compliant.
Inspire your congregation with monthly quotes from famous African Americans about following one's dream, from President Barack Obama, Olympic champion Wilma Rudolph, diplomat Ralph Bunch and more. Includes Famous Dates in African American History, 101 Great African Americans and a Black History Trivia Quiz. Also features room for addresses and phone numbers and a recorder to track personal goals.
Helps young people gain an appreciation for the significant impact that African American inventors have had on daily life over the past century and a half. Discusses inventions from Lewis Temple's 19th century design for a whale harpoon to Mark Dean's computer engineering in the 1980's, which allowed desktop computers to become such a vital part of our lives today. Includes activities that both add fun and expand upon the text, and introduces a number of contemporary inventors whose work continues today. 16 pages. For grades 1-6. Personalization not available in quantities 25-99
Inspire children to do their best with biographies of 14 outstanding African Americans who have overcome great odds to gain success. Includes Frederick Douglass, Madame C.J. Walker, Bessie Coleman, Ralph Bunche, Dr. Benjamin Carson, Arthur Ashe and more. Writing activities, word games and other puzzles reinforce the text and make learning more fun. For grades 1-6 Personalization not available in quantities 25-99
Highlights the largest cultural groups in America, including European American, Hispanic American, African American, Asian American and Native American. Features contributions from each culture, such as famous people, foods, loanwords and holidays. Simple activities engage children and allow them to write about their own cultural heritage. 16 pages. For grades K-3.
Highlights the 7 largest cultural groups in America, including European Americans, Hispanic Americans, African Americans and Native Americans. Features contributions from each culture, such as famous people, foods, loanwords and holidays. Simple activities engage children and allow them to write about their own cultural heritage. 16 pages. For grades k-3.
One of the most important lessons for pre-schoolers is how to get along with others. With simple words and activities, this book's four delightfully drawn friends in a school setting help to demonstrate lessons in respect and self-discipline. Includes tips on: Using words, not hand * Careful listening * Sharing and cooperating * Getting help to settle arguments. The kids discover that friends don't have to agree on everything. At the end, youngsters have a certificate to sign in celebrating of their learning. (Grades: Pre-K-K)
Introduces children to 14 current, dynamic African Americans who are leaders in the fields of government, education, business, science, medicine and more. Includes short biographies of President Obama, Xerox CEO Ursula Burns, novelist Alic Walker and other African Americans who are helping to shape our lives. 16 Pages. (Grades 3-6)
Students will learn the life story of President Barack Obama, as well as gain an understanding of how a person is elected president. The text traces Obama's life from birth to his re-election, plus explains the presidential election process by tracking Obama's campaign from the primaries to Election Day. Includes Fun Facts About Barack Obama. For grades 3-6.
Engaging, full color book expands and tests students' knowledge of African-American achievements, events and people. Includes Famous Firsts, The Civil Rights Movements, Inventors & Scientists, Art & Literature, Sports and more. Activities include multiple choice,crosswords, word searches, matching and other challenges. For grades 3-6.
Front and back of bookmark feature 25 world-renowned African-American men and women who made permanent contributions to humanity. Every time students read, they'll view those who distinguished themselves in education, science, civil rights, law, politics and more.
In 1976, the month of February was designated Black History Month by the U.S. government. Since that time, the nation has maintained February as a time to recognize the role of African Americans in United States history. While celebrating Black History Month is important as a month long event, the milestones and achievements of blacks throughout history go beyond and should be recognized throughout the calendar year. We offer a wide variety of black history products that allow the historical impact of African Americans to be celebrated every day.
All of our educational products help spread positive, inspirational messages. Our collection of black history items includes everything from educational t-shirts to buttons and wristbands. Our black history products serve as constant reminders of how far the African American community has come in America, while also highlighting the ground breaking achievements of some of the most inspirational trailblazers in black history.
Parents and teachers alike can do a great deal to teach the lessons of black history. Every single black history product on this page can serve as a great educational tool. We are thankful for the opportunity to help spread the important messages of black history, and know you will be able to find the perfect black history products for your needs on this page. For more information on our black history month products, give us a call at (800) 635-2666.