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African Americans in Sport Timeline Display Research and Sorting Activity

African Americans in Sport Timeline Display Research and Sorting Activity

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A great classroom display and sorting activity that is perfect for introducing students to the some of the key events and figures from African American sport.

There are 27 posters or task cards that include many key events such as Jack Johnson winning the heavyweight boxing championship, Jackie Robinson breaking the racial barrier in Major League Baseball, Wilma Rudolph's Olympic feats, to more modern victories like LeBron James becoming the all-time highest points scorer in the NBA.

The posters look great as a display in the classroom and the cards are brilliant for Black History Month or for looking at some of the inspirational figures in more detail. The displays and cards come both with dates and without dates, so the students can research the dates online before sorting the timeline. The cards look even better when laminated.

Included in this resource:

  • 27 Full Page Posters with dates for display
  • 27 Full Page Posters without dates
  • 27 Task Cards with dates for a sorting activity
  • 27 Task Cards without dates for a research and sorting activity

This timeline of events is by no means exhaustive, as countless individuals and events have not been included.


This resource is great for:

  • Independent work
  • Homework
  • Group work
  • Research projects
  • Reading comprehension
  • Emergency sub plans



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