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eBook A Kid's Guide to African American History: More than 70 Activities (A Kid's Guide series) epub

by Nancy I. Sanders

eBook A Kid's Guide to African American History: More than 70 Activities (A Kid's Guide series) epub
  • ISBN: 1556526539
  • Author: Nancy I. Sanders
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Geography & Cultures
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Chicago Review Press; 2nd edition (June 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 256 pages
  • ePUB size: 1388 kb
  • FB2 size 1326 kb
  • Formats mobi lit lrf rtf


A Kid's Guide to African. has been added to your Cart. I also like this book because it starts the history from Africa, not the Americas. It also presents a more positive side of Black history, while remaining true to history.

A Kid's Guide to African. On the downside, I wish the author wrote about the Africans from Nigeria and the Ivory coast, along with the wonderful info about Ghana and Mali-being that so many African Americans have roots there. haven't been inspired to do any of them yet

This is a great resource for homeschool kids, teachers, librarians, and anyone wanting to know a more in-depth look at African American History.

Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This is a great resource for homeschool kids, teachers, librarians, and anyone wanting to know a more in-depth look at African American History. The book is divided into sections: Africa, Colonial America, The Civil War, Civil Rights Movement, Black History Month and Martin Luther King Jr, Beyond, and features a bit about Kwanzaa as well at the end.

They were all great African Americans. For parents and teachers interested in fostering cultural awareness among children of all races, this book includes more than 70 hands-on activities, songs, and games that teach kids about the people, experiences, and events that shaped African American history.

Here are more than 70 hands-on activities, songs, and games that teach kids about the people, experiences, and . Little did I know, when I saw you speak, of the impact your life would have on me. Sanders, Nancy I. A Kid’s guide to African American history, Nancy I. Sanders.

Here are more than 70 hands-on activities, songs, and games that teach kids about the people, experiences, and events. 2nd ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN-13: 978-1-55652-653-4 ISBN-10: 1-55652-653-9 1. African venile literature. 2. African Americans- History-Study and teaching-Activity programs-Juvenile literature. To Bessie Jones, who inspired me as I read about her life.

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More Than Moccasins: A Kid's Activity Guide to Traditional North American Indian Life. The Mis-Education of the Negro. The history of African Americans is a story that is both triumphant and sad. Through the many sufferings of slavery and discrimination emerged individuals and eventually a group of people who have made a difference in the lives of others. Come along and join in the adventures you’ll discover in this book.

Part of the A Kid's Guide Series). For parents and teachers interested in fostering cultural awareness among children of all races, this book includes more than 70 activities, songs, and games that teach kids about the people, experiences, and events that shaped African American history. It helps children learn about inspiring African American artists, inventors, and heroes.

It also includes fun activities and crafts to do that are based off African American history. It was a gift for my daughter that I hope she will enjoy.

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A Kid's Guide to African American History More than 70 Activities by Nancy I. Sanders 9781556526534 (Paperback, 2007) Delivery UK delivery is usually within 10 to 12 working days. Read full description.

What do all these people have in common: the first man to die in the American Revolution, a onetime chief of the Crow Nation, the inventors of peanut butter and the portable X-ray machine, and the first person to make a wooden clock in this country? They were all great African Americans. For parents and teachers interested in fostering cultural awareness among children of all races, this book includes more than 70 hands-on activities, songs, and games that teach kids about the people, experiences, and events that shaped African American history. This expanded edition contains new material throughout, including additional information and biographies. Children will have fun designing an African mask, making a medallion like those worn by early abolitionists, playing the rhyming game "Juba," inventing Brer Rabbit riddles, and creating a unity cup for Kwanzaa. Along the way they will learn about inspiring African American artists, inventors, and heroes like Harriet Tubman, Benjamin Banneker, Rosa Parks, Langston Hughes, and Louis Armstrong, to name a few.
Comments: (7)
Brariel
My school had a door contest and I pulled most of my ideas for our timeline theme from this book...My first grade class won (hands down). I literally had classrooms full of 3rd to 8th graders "touring" our display as though it were a museum exhibit. At one point during my planning period I was called out to explain to the class my thoughts behind the timeline idea what each piece meant and why I chose it. [Short answer there was, "I thought to myself, 'the next time I hear a child say "Martin Luther King, Jr. freed the slaves,'" "I. Am. Going. To. SNAP."]

The book begins with an explanation and timeline and then visits each destination on the timeline with games, crafts, etc. This book is a treasure trove of ideas that the savvy parent or teacher can use to create wonderful science, math and language arts lessons from. It is sort of a combination between a "recipe" book and an almanac that tells you when, where and how to plant seeds of useful historical knowledge in the hearts and minds of the children you care for. I originally borrowed the old edition of this book from my local library and loved it so much that I HAD to purchase it (I held the library version overdue two days until mine arrived...some sort of subconscious thing, probably.) lol

Next year, I am planning to use this book to plan my social studies, language arts, science and math lessons for the months of January and February.

This book is an extraordinary tool...use your imagination, your own ingenuity and creativity to make each project you choose Amazing.

I have included a picture I took of the Merchant Ship project from the book that I got creative with, using wood and natural fabric for the masts and sails. It was a HUGE hit and the beginning of our 8 foot long timeline display inspired by this awesome book. All the best!
Yramede
This book is for every parent who has desired to teach their children African American history, but didn't know how to begin or what to do! This is just what I was looking for: a "textbook-like, activity book" that teaches African American history in a way children can understand!. Each section is brief but concise, with highlighted points for deeper study. I also like this book because it starts the history from Africa, not the Americas. It also presents a more positive side of Black history, while remaining true to history.

On the downside, I wish the author wrote about the Africans from Nigeria and the Ivory coast, along with the wonderful info about Ghana and Mali--being that so many African Americans have roots there. Lastly, I find the activities to be okay...haven't been inspired to do any of them yet . However, the text is worth it! I hope the author prints a second addition including key AA and events that have taken place since 2007.
Great investment for home teaching.
Siralune
This desperately needs an updated version. It was written in 2007 so of course it is missing the Obama presidency, Black Lives Matter, and other current events. But even the publication date aside, it pretty much ends African American history with the Civil Rights Movement except that the very last chapter talks about current influential African Americans. That was pretty disappointing. There are also quite a number of activities that are more on the cultural appropriation side if you are trying to teach white kids. We skipped around on the activities a lot.
salivan
This is a great introduction for children to some of the icons of African American History. The subjects have a drawing and a synopsis, thats not too long nor short, of their contributions to American history. All drawings are in black and white. I think it's a great way to introduce kids to specific individuals and can be used as a gateway to further discussion. I highly recommend this book.
Shadowredeemer
just wish the binding was better. Kids tend to delight in ripping things apart. Better binding may give the book a slightly longer life span.
Nikok
I read and really enjoyed reading the different accomplishments that we usually don't get to know anything about.
Kulwes
Fantastic book! Great supplemental resource to the history textbooks that leave important contributions of African Americans (and other people of color) out.
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