Black History Month Interactive Calendar
⭐ In just a few minutes per day, your students can discover and explore Black History every day of February with this Black History Month Video a Day Interactive Calendar. This digital resource contains 20 custom videos that cover the importance of Black history and a variety of Black Americans. There is one video for every school day in February 2024. Each video is under 5 minutes and contains one open-response thought question – making it easy to integrate Black History in a meaningful way throughout the entire month of February.
⚡ This Black History Month digital resource contains 20 original videos. Students learn about iconic Black figures like MLK and Rosa Parks as well as lesser-known figures like Alvin Ailey. The videos cover historically important Black Americans like Harriet Tubman as well as current inspirational figures like Oprah Winfrey and even children changemakers like Marley Dias.
❓ Each video includes one critical thinking question. This can be used for whole class discussion or for students to answer on paper or devices.
⇩ **THIS RESOURCE DOES NOT USE GOOGLE SLIDES OR YOUTUBE** ⇩
⭐ This Black History Month digital resource comes in MagiCore WebLink format, so it is extremely easy to use. There is absolutely zero prep involved. Simply provide the link or QR code to your students and that’s it. The resource will open in your students’ web browsers. This resource does not use Google Slides or YouTube.
☛ Black History is American History, and we must be intentional about teaching Black History during Black History Month. This resource was designed to make it easy for busy teachers to teach Black History throughout the entire month. Your students will love watching these custom-made videos to learn about Black History and important Black figures and changemakers.
Daily Black History Video for Each School Day in February
Daily Black History Video Thought Question
Sample Answers Provided
Daily Video Summary:
February 1 – What is Black History Month?
February 2 – Make Black History Today
February 5 – Martin Luther King Jr.
February 6 – Equality
February 7- Harriet Tubman
February 8 – Oprah Winfrey
February 9 – Booker T. Washington
February 12 – Marley Dias
February 13 – Jackie Robinson
February 14 – Janet Collins
February 15 – Mae Jemison
February 16 – Rosa Parks
February 20 – Zaila Avant-garde
February 21 – Alvin Ailey
February 22 – Ruby Bridges
February 23- Jesse Owens
February 26 – Langston Hughes
February 27 – I Too, Sing America
February 28 – Black Inventors
February 29 – Bessie Coleman