Homecoming to the Halftime Show
Which HBCUs have veterinary programs?
What percent of Black federal judges attended an HBCU?
Which HBCU offers Swahili classes?
Which Wimbledon tennis champion attended an HBCU?
With more than 100 HBCUs in existence, there’s so much to learn about Black colleges.
The ABCs of HBCUs: From Homecoming to the Halftime Show Workbook takes 8 to 10 year olds on a front-row, all-inclusive tour of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Filled with 50 pages of colorful illustrations, fun facts, and exciting activities, this book is the perfect resource for parents and educators looking to broaden childrens’ knowledge of Black history and Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Although your elementary scholar might be too young to declare an undergraduate major, in this book, they will learn about STEM, entrepreneurship, logic puzzles, art, medicine, law, world languages, sports, geography, coding, health and so much more!
Ages: 8-12 years old
I love this this activity book. I think it’s got great activities and really sharp illustrations that kids love. Also it can plant seeds and prepare them for anHBCU education.
These books are a wealth of information. It’s presented in a fun and engaging manner. I use them with my Sunday School students to help them learn more about HBCUs, our culture, and Black excellence.
Our 10 year old was so excited when she read this book. With her Mom(Xavier/AKA), Dad(Morehouse/Omega), Big Sis(Jackson State/AKA), & now Big Brother @ Morehouse all HBCU-proud, she was familiar with some of its content & she was so thrilled about it. Her face just lit up with the biggest smile. This book is “A Must Have” for every home to become more familiar with all of the HBCUs around the country and to put a smile on each face!
I only wish there was a digital version for me to use in my class. But I loved sharing it with my students in my class
The coloring book is great. I got it for my nephew. I was disappointed that my beloved Wiley College was left out of this project though.