Sunday, February 12, 2012

Celebrating Black History Month

Does anyone else get in a complete daze and lose track of an entire day because they can't tear themselves away from the computer?

Welp, happened to me today.

Did I get lesson plans done?  
No.

Did I grade papers?
No.

Did I enter grades?
No.

I did finish something I am pretty excited about.

Yesterday I realized that February is halfway over and I haven't done anything for Black History Month.  Yep. It's been a crazy month.  Since, my kids have LOVED making their Economy 101 Lapbook, I decided to make a Black History Month Lapbook.

I finished it in one day, due to my complete daze today.

So, here it is, my Black History Month Lapbook!




It has Seven Foldables. It has a reading selection or vocabulary sheet to go with each activity.   

It's on my TPT Shop right now for $3.50!  I will give it to the first two people who comment though! Be sure to leave your email address! :)





14 comments:

  1. Amber,

    Your materials are so engaging and thoughtful in design. What kind of software do you use to help you make these things?

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    1. Thanks! :)

      I use Microsoft Publisher to make all of my stuff!

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  2. Looks wonderful.
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  3. This is awesome! Why do you call it a lap book?

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    1. Well, I just call it that because I heard someone else call it that! :) I guess it's because students can hold the folder on their lap!

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  4. I will have to check it out! Have a good week!

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  5. Thank you so much! I just purchased this and I can't wait to use it with my third graders! Thanks for creating and sharing your ideas.

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    1. I am so glad! Hope your students enjoy it!

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  6. Very cute! I love seeing my clip art in such cute stuff! It makes my heart happy! =)

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  7. Dang it, didn't post quick enough! Thanks for all your awesome resources!

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  8. I would love to have the BHM foldables but I just started teaching Special Ed in Maryland and can't afford it right now.But have a blessed evening.
    mrstlong72@gmail.com
    Tracie A Long

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  9. Is this appropriate for sixth graders? Do you know what Lexile level the passages are? Thank you!

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