The ABCs of HBCUs Homecoming Bundle
Homecoming Bundle includes:
- 1 (one) copy of The ABCs of HBCUs board book
- 1 (one) copy of The ABCs of HBCUs coloring book
- 1 (one) copy of From Homecoming to Halftime activity book
Get ready for the ride of your life, as The ABCs of HBCUs takes readers on a front-row, all-inclusive tour of Historically Black Colleges & Universities.
The first ABC board book dedicated to HBCUs, children quickly recognize that "A" isn't always for "apple." From FAMU to Howard, the Divine Nine to Battle of the Bands, children learn about the love, lifestyles, and legacies that built these incredible institutions.
Coloring Book description:
A celebration of all things HBCU, future grads will unleash their inner creativity and have hours of fun in this coloring book.
Activity Book description:
The ABCs of HBCUs: From Homecoming to the Halftime Show Activity Book 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!
So perfect! I bought this to help with my son's college tour. This summer will visit all HBCUs in Florida, Alabama and Georgia. We are so excited! There are so many new things we have learned.
I reach entrepreneurship at an all boys, Title I campus. We partner with Prairie view A&M University. I allow my students to use the ABCs of HBCUs as a resource to expand their knowledge of the impact & importance of HBCUs historically &in a contemporary context !! My boys ABSOLUTELY LUV IT!
As pictured. These items made for great stocking stuffers for family and students. It's a great way to teach and introduce HBCU History.
This is everything your child needs. As an HBCU grad this is just perfect