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Black History Month Quotes - Printable Bookmarks

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide, PDF | 1 page | Grades: K - 5

Bring calm to the classroom and celebrate Black History Month with a set of printable bookmarks to color.

Printable Black History Month Bookmarks to Color and Calm

Are you looking for a purposeful mindfulness coloring activity for your students? Perhaps you’re looking for a Black History Month activity or just something to have on hand when you feel your students need a break from the core curriculum. These Black History Month mindfulness coloring bookmarks are the perfect mindful activity students can use in their reading books.

Your download includes one sheet containing four different bookmarks in black and white. The following historical quotes included are

  • The time is always right to do what is right. – Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • When we intend to do good, we do. – Thurgood Marshall

  • Don’t ever stop. Keep going. – Harriet Tubman

  • Truth is so powerful, and it prevails. – Sojourner Truth

How Do Mindfulness Coloring Pages Help Students?

Mindful coloring, which involves focusing on the present moment and using coloring as a form of meditation, can have many benefits for kids. Some of the ways mindful coloring may help kids include:

  • Reducing stress and anxiety: Coloring can be a relaxing activity that helps kids de-stress and unwind. The repetitive nature of coloring can be especially helpful for kids feeling anxious or overwhelmed, as it can provide a sense of calm and control.
  • Improving focus and concentration: Mindful coloring requires kids to concentrate on the present moment and the task at hand, which can help improve focus and attention span.
  • Developing fine motor skills: Coloring involves using small muscles in the hands and fingers, which can help kids develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
  • Promoting creativity: Coloring allows kids to express themselves creatively and to use their imaginations.
  • Encouraging self-expression: Coloring can be a non-verbal way for kids to express their thoughts and feelings, which can be especially helpful for kids who may find it difficult to express themselves verbally

Downloading Your Bookmarks and Mindful Coloring Pages for Kids 

Print the PDF black and white version of these bookmarks on thick cardstock to ensure durability when used as bookmarks.

This resource was created by Lindsey Phillips, a teacher in Michigan and Teach Starter Collaborator.


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