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Black History Month Game Cards
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50 Black History Month Game Cards - Free to print (PDF file).
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Test your young scholars' knowledge (and yours) while having a great time. Sadly, most of the trivia games on the market are too advanced for kids. Additionally, most popular games focus too much on popular culture, which can mean a lot of inappropriate content. The Learning Curve is a family-friendly alternative to the expensive board games on store shelves. Our questions focus on the information that kids, ages 10-18, need and want to know. Each batch contains 50 question cards on a particular topic. We recommend adding a new pack to your "stockpile" of question cards as your kids master their existing cards. We even provide the game board and instructions...just click here. We recommend printing your game board and question cards on card stock for durability. Click here to print. Click here or here for our free printable game boards and instructions.
 
 
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Sample questions: Name the Alabama-born woman who wrote Their Eyes Were Watching God (1937). Zora Neale Hurston. What 1954 Supreme Court decision led to the desegregation of American schools? Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka. Who led the Silent March of 1917? James Weldon Johnson. What civil rights leader was assassinated on April 4, 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee? Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. What Oklahoma-born writer won the National Book Award in 1953 for Invisible Man? Ralph Ellison. What historian founded Negro History Week in 1926? Carter G. Woodson.