Martin Luther King Jr. Day is celebrated in the U.S. on the third Monday in January, Jan. 19 in 2015. Black History Month is observed in February, in the US. Schools usually offer special programming and lesson plans on issues and events that are significant to African Americans. Students explore biographies and contributions of famous black Americans. They read books written specifically about or by African Americans. Students of all backgrounds benefit from such activities. Here are free printable Black History Month worksheets and lesson plans.Black History Month printables, worksheets, lesson plans, book activities
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