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Frederick Douglass Craft Activity

If you are celebrating Black History Month in your classroom or learning about Frederick Douglass, this craftivity is a great option. Students will create their very own Frederick Douglass craft and write about him in one of five different writing prompts. Patterns are kid-friendly, easy prep for teachers, and look great on a bulletin board!

Number of Pages: 30
Grade Level: K, 1, 2, 3

$3.75

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If you are celebrating Black History Month in your classroom or learning about Frederick Douglass, this craftivity is a great option. Students will create their very own Frederick Douglass craft and write about him in one of five different writing prompts. Patterns are kid-friendly, easy prep for teachers, and look great on a bulletin board!

 

What’s included in this pdf:

  • A photograph of the craft activity
  • Step-by-step directions
  • Templates that can be copied directly onto colored cardstock or construction paper and then cut out by students. 
  • Labeled templates that can be xeroxed onto cardstock, cut by the teacher, and then traced onto colored paper and cut by students. Labels will include the name of the pattern, the color to use, and how many of each pattern to cut (Ex: Body Cut 1 Red).

 

Writing prompts included:

  • Frederick Douglass (primary and single lined)
  • All About Frederick Douglass (primary and single lined)
  • Black History Month (primary and single lined)
  • Frederick Douglass was important because… (primary and single lined)
  • What I Learned About Frederick Douglass (primary and single lined)

 

Here are some fun ways to use the craft:

  • study on the letter b, d or f
  • practicing fine motor skills
  • bulletin boards
  • door and hallway decorations
  • small group station
  • pair it with a worksheet, activity, or book
  • reward or class party