Celebrate Black History Month in February with this Frederick Douglass color and write activity for kids.
We started this year a Black History Month craft collection. The first influential African American was Harriet Tubman.
Then we moved on to Frederick Douglass and created a simple paper craft.
Kids who enjoy coloring will like this activity. They will have to color Frederick Douglass, cut out the head, body and hands and glue them onto a writing prompt.
I have also included a colored version of Frederick Douglass that needs no coloring.
The activity comes with four writing prompts:
- Frederick Douglass
- These are Frederick Douglass’s most important accomplishments:
- If I could meet Frederick Douglass, I would ask him…
- Black History Month
Frederick Douglass color and write
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Step by step instructions
Print the colored or black and white Frederick Douglass on white cardstock paper.
Color the black and white Frederick Douglass. (optional)
Cut out the body and hands.
Glue the body at the top of the writing prompt.
Glue the hands on the sides of the writing prompt.