Black History Month 2015

Black History Month 2015 | Multicultural Kid Blogs

We are so excited to be hosting a series on Black History Month for the second year!  Follow along all month long as we explore the rich cialis pills history and cultures of Africa and African-Americans! Be sure to enter our giveaway (details below) and link up your own posts at the bottom of the page!

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February 2
The Art Curator for Kids on Multicultural Kid Blogs: The Art of Romare Bearden for Kids
February 3
The Jenny Evolution: Children’s Books for Black History Month

February 4
Kid World Citizen: African-American Inventors

February 6 
Raising World Citizens: 5 Ways to Celebrate with Your Family

February 9
Crafty Moms Share: Mahalia Jackson

February 10
The Jenny Evolution: Non-Fiction Children’s Books

February 12
Discovering the World Through My Son’s Eyes: African-American Poetry for Kids

February 16
The Art Curator for Kids: The Liberation of Aunt Jemima

February 17
A Book Long Enough: 14 New Kids’ Books About African-American History

February 18
Marie’s Pastiche: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

February 19
All Done Monkey: Sweet Potato Pie, Soul Food and Food for the Soul

February 20
Thriving STEM: Interesting African-American Youth in STEM

February 26 
Mama Smiles: Books to Read

February 27
La Cité des Vents: Marriage Customs in Cameroon


Black History Month GIVEAWAY

Grand Prize Package

Divah Taylor - World of EPI

A Divah Taylor doll from World of EPI, the company whose mission is to express joy by providing children access to dolls that encourage dreams, promote intelligence, challenge perceptions, and open their hearts to all types of beauty. US Shipping only

Global Wonders - African-American

Global Wonders: African-American DVD for kids: Join twins Trey and Alisha as their playroom is transformed into a world of dreams and discoveries highlighting the fascinating and influential culture of the African-American family. US & Canada only

ABC Me Flashcards

One set of ABC Me Flashcards, teaching African-American history from Africa to Zora Neal Hurston! Illustrated in vibrant colors with easy to understand wording on the back. US Shipping only

I Am Jackie Robinson by Brad Meltzer

From Penguin Books, I Am Jackie Robinson by Brad Meltzer US Shipping only.

Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Pena

Also from Penguin Books, Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Peña US Shipping only.

1st Prize Package

Black History Month Spanish Edition - Open Wide the World

Learn about Black History Month in Spanish with this fun educational pack from Open Wide the World. Students will meet 10 African Americans of historic significance in this packet, at an introductory level.

Tru-Colour Bandages

A three pack of bandages (one of each shade) from Tru-Colour Bandages, the company on a mission to bring bandage equality to the industry by providing bandages in your skin color. US & Canada only


Shekere – a beautiful and unique African gourd instrument –

Shekere Tutorial

plus a craft tutorial on how to make your own from Daria and Crafty Moms Share US Shipping only

endeavor's long journey

From East West Discovery Press, Endeavor’s Long Journey by By John D. Olivas US Shipping only.

Black Girls Can

Black Girls Can: An Empowering Story of Yesterdays and Todays, from Rachel Garlinghouse of White Sugar Brown Sugar US Shipping only

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