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Join Noggin in honoring Black history year-round!

From fun kid activities to parent resources, we’re sharing ways for you to teach and inspire your children about some of the stories, legacies, and contributions of Black Americans.

Resources

Article

Teaching Your Child About Black History

Dr. Beverly Tatum discusses ways parents of all backgrounds can inspire and teach their kids about Black history every day of the year.

Book List

16 Black History Month Books for Kids

Teach and inspire your children by reading these stories together this month – and year-round!

Rhymes Through Times

Noggin Original

Watch Rhymes Through Times

The Emmy-Nominated series portrays Black heroes throughout history, while building social and emotional skills

Printable

Rhymes Through Times Coloring Sheets

Your little learner can learn about Black heroes such as Aretha Franklin, Amanda Gorman, and Satchel Paige in this exclusive coloring pack.

Printable

Rhymes Through Times Memory Card Game

Test your Noggin! Each card spotlights an inspiring Black American whose achievements have made a lasting impact on the world.

African Americans and the Arts

Celebrate Black Month History 2024 with Noggin!

Noggin Original

Watch Dance Squad

Created in partnership with the historic Alvin Ailey, our series gets little dancers moving and learning about different dance and music styles and the history behind these genres!

Noggin Original

Watch What's the Word?

Special episodes feature host Darryl “DMC” McDaniels of Run-DMC as he teaches a new vocabulary word each episode using rap!

Web Series

Black Music Appreciation Series

A conversation with music icons. Darryl “DMC” McDaniels and Hamilton’s Christopher Jackson sit down with Noggin Knows host Emmanuel Carter to discuss what Black music means to them.

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Kid-safe & ad-free

New content added weekly

Accessible on multiple devices

Downloadable books & games for offline play

About Ailey

Since its first historic performance in 1958, Ailey has been innovating and evolving the perception of American modern dance throughout the world. Noggin is honored to partner with them in helping kids all over get up moving, learning, and expressing their feelings through dance. Because movement has meaning when we dance how we’re feeling!