Juneteenth History & Activities
On June 15, 2021, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act. The passage of this act established the country's newest federal holiday. Check out some of the activities and information on these websites. They have YouTube videos, storybook lists, arts and crafts, and suggestions on teaching the kids about our country's newest holiday.
Slavery and Freedom | National Museum of African American History and Culture (nmaahc.si.edu)
- Make sure to click on LEARN (top right). There is an Early Childhood tab, Student tab, and Teacher tab on the LEARN menu.
23 Juneteenth for Kids Activities and Free Printable Freedom Flag (homeschoolsuperfreak.com)
- There are craft activities, book lists, and videos available. Activities cover a wide range of ages.
Juneteenth Crafts for Kids (camp.com)
- Has arts & crafts and links to some other amazing sites as well.
*Archived from H&H's Constant Contact newsletters [6.8.2022]