Hey, dedicated teacher!
This Black History Month play for elementary students will bring the fire to your school’s celebration! Our “Black History Heroes: Not Alone” play will get your students pumped and learning at the same time!
An engaging script with a message!
This play will take your students on a journey through the mind of a child who is visited by the amazing Letitia Woods. With her knowledge and books, she shows the child that Black history heroes like Rosa Parks, Henry Brown, Jackie Robinson, and Frederick Douglass accomplished great things because of teamwork and support from their communities.
So many ways to engage and educate!
You and your cast will have a blast bringing this script to life! And when the play is over, the learning doesn’t have to stop.
We’ve included multiple-choice and short-response questions to test your students’ comprehension.
And if you’re feeling extra creative, you can even do a virtual performance with the virtual-theater how-to guide included!
Use part of the play as a Black History month skit or use it as a reader’s theater script in class for some bonus fun!
Yes! You CAN do this!
Now, I know you might be thinking, “But wait, can I really make this happen in my classroom?” The answer is a resounding YES! This play is easy to use and the run time is only 10 to 15 minutes. Plus, there’s a simple map of stage directions and character descriptions to help you along the way.
Ready to bring the fire?
So why not add some flavor to your Black History Month celebration this year? “Black History Heroes: Not Alone” is the perfect way to educate and entertain your students while also incorporating some pop culture and social media references they’ll love.
This Black History Month play will WOW your students and audience!
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