Across the country, teachers are decorating their doors for Black History Month to shed light on important African American figures throughout history, and the triumphs and challenges they have faced in their quest for equality and justice.
Here are some of the most inspiring black history door-decorating ideas that we've compiled for you from Twitter and Instagram.
Black History Month Door Decorations
This teacher used historical photos and a colorful background to showcase well-known African American figures in history. Get creative with your design and use whatever available materials you may have to make it shine.
Check out the 7th grade English / Social Studies door! #BlackHistoryMonth pic.twitter.com/3itXaP0sDN— Austin Inge (@MrIngeTeach) February 3, 2020
Use large, colorful keywords to highlight how different African American leaders in history left a mark on the world.
Happy Black History Month! My goal for the door is to bring awareness to the impact and contributions of Black women and allowing students to see what their future can be. pic.twitter.com/B2GBfjkzVa— Cartwright. (@CounselorIMC) February 5, 2020
Chanique Davis, an art teacher, had her students help her decorate her door for Black History Month. Get your students' creative juices flowing by allowing them to play a role in the process!
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