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Besides Valentines, February also holds another important remembrance...
Black History Month.
For the United States and Canada, February is the month to remember the important events and people in African American Heritage.
If you want to continue the learning of African American History outside of the classroom, Scholastic Storybook Treasures has a DVD collection Set allowing you to enjoy more at home.
Stories about African American Heritage featuring MARCH ON is available for purchase.
This is a 3 DVD collection with 13 stories.
DVD One :March On! The Day My Brother Martin Changed the World...
Also includes: Martin's Big Words, Rosa and Henry's Freedom Box
DVD Two:Duke Ellington
Also includes: Ella Fitzgerald: The Tale of a Vocal Virtuosa, Ellington was not a street and John Henry.
Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears
Also includes: Hot Hippo, Not So Fast Songololo, The Village of Round & Square Houses and Who's in Rabbit's House?
This DVD is recommended for ages 4-10 and includes over 3 hours of video with additional extras!
What a great way to encourage education not only in the classroom, but at home with the family as well!
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