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Homeschooling - Multicultural Resources

Multicultural Lesson Plans (Awesome Library)
Annotated list of over 25 links to lesson plans involving many or other cultures.

Beyond Black History Month: The African American Studies Toolkit for Grades 6-12 (Gerri Gribi, Creative Folk)
Huge resource for studying African American history and culture. Links to biographical databases, texts, speeches, documents and images; historical timelines and Black History calendars; museums and online exhibits; recommended books, videos and CDs for school and public libraries, plus resources for Young Adult media specialists; online and offline tools for collection development; FAQ on origins and themes of annual celebrations, national organizations, Black Nationalist Colors, and 'Lift Every Voice and Sing' history, lyrics, recordings; and resources for teaching black history in subject areas: history, language arts, math and science, music, visual arts.

African Resources for the Classroom (Penn State Univ.)
Extensive resource. Recommended reading list, lesson plans, tests, themed projects.

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