Free Black History Month Coloring Pages to Celebrate with the Family or in the Classroom

A child's hands color in a Black History Month coloring page. Scattered around the bright yellow work surface are crayons and colored pencils in various colors.

There are so many way to celebrate Black History Month. And we absolutely love the ones that can be done as a family or a group. So we’ve created these Black History Month coloring pages to help kids learn about, appreciate and emulate some of the Black women and men who’ve changed our nation’s history by making sure that everybody can be free and equal and that everyone is worthy of respect, caring and love. 

Each page features a Black creator, thinker or leader, as well as a mini-biography to help kids learn how that individual’s talent and tenacity has changed our world. Read on for ideas on how to make these Black History Month coloring pages part of your family or classroom celebration! 

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Make it a family event  

A scrapbook lays on a bright yellow surface. A child's hands are reaching into frame, taping portions of the Black History Month coloring pages inside the scrapbook. Scattered around the work surface are various coloring tools, tape and scissors.

These Black History Month coloring pages are a great together-time activity. Not only do you get to do something creative as a family, but it also gives you an opportunity for casual, yet meaningful conversation.  

This can be really helpful for discussing all kinds of Black History Month topics, from slavery and civil rights, to art and community leadership. Each page offers you the chance to talk about different individuals and ideas, and gives your child the opportunity to ask questions in a low-pressure situation. 

Set yourself up for a fun, educational coloring session with these tips: 

A scrapbook lays on a bright yellow surface. Scattered around the work surface are Black History Month coloring pages, as well as various coloring tools.

You can find even more resources to help your family celebrate Black culture here: