Black History Month Rosa Parks Craft For Kids!
This simple and easy-to-make Black History Month Rosa Parks Bus craft activity is a ton of fun for preschoolers, kindergarten and grade school children to create.
And, it is just perfect for Black History Month theme unit at home or in the classroom!
If A Bus Could Talk: The Story of Rosa Parks written by Faith Ringgold, is a wonderful story to read to children about Rosa Parks.
And, there are so many great activities to go along with the book, like this bus craft for kids!
While the kids are making their Black History Month Rosa Parks craft, play The Wheels On The Bus song for kids in the background.
The Wheels On The Bus song for children is a nice complement to this super fun kids Rosa Parks bus craft activity!
So, what are you waiting for? Let’s make a Black History Month Rosa Parks craft with the kids!
Craft supplies you will need:
- Kleenex box
- Paper towel roll
- Yellow and black paint
- White paper
Have the children cut off the top of a Kleenex box.
Next, have the children cut 4 circle shapes from a paper towel roll. These will be the wheels for the Bus.
Once done, have the children paint the wheels black.
Have the children paint the entire Kleenex box yellow. This will be the Bus.
When dry, have the children glue the wheels on the Bus.
After that, have the children draw and cut out 6 square shapes and 1 large rectangle shape from white paper. These will be the Bus windows.
In 5 of the square windows, have the children draw Bus passengers.
For the 6th square window, have the children draw Rosa Parks.
Then, for the large rectangle window, have the children draw a Bus Driver driving the bus.
And, voila! The children have now made a Black History Month Rosa Parks craft!
What a simple and creative bus craft activity for preschool, kindergarten and grade school children.
Just perfect for a Black History Month lesson plan at home or in the classroom!