Celebrate Proud Month: Activities for students

The arrival of June brings with it a celebration of pride. In addition to a celebration of what the LGBTQ + community has achieved, this month is an opportunity for everyone to recognize ongoing work to increase inclusion and acceptance. If you’re looking for a way to celebrate Pride Month at school, here are some activities for students that you can use June and throughout the year to highlight LGBTQ + history and start conversations with students about acceptance and inclusion.

5 resources for teaching LGBTQ + history, inclusion and acceptance

You can add these activities to your lesson plan to highlight LGBTQ + community contributions, history, and experiences, or to have thoughtful conversations about LGBTQ + inclusion and acceptance in the classroom.

LGBTQ + History Poster Set

LGBTQ + History Poster is set by Nouvelle ELA

Grade not specified English language art

If you are looking for classroom decor to celebrate Pride Month, check out these illustrated posters with inspirational quotes from famous LGBTQ + figures.

LGBTQ support group interactive notebook activity

LGBTQ Support Group Interactive Journal FREEBIE: Grade 7-12 #kindnessnation by The SuperHERO Teacher

Grade: 7th – 12th All subject areas

This free interactive journal can be used to promote tolerance and acceptance among your older students.

5 Teacher Tips for More LGBTQ + Classroom Included by Quir Kid Staff

Staff | Classroom community

This free video is an educational resource that has 5 quick tips to help your classroom include more LGBTQ + for your students.

My teacher knew by Sarah Borai {Now My Teacher Knows} My wish

Grade not specified Classroom community

Create a way for students to always be able to share what you want with this free resource.

Ensuring safe space classroom posters by Zero West Classroom

Grade not specified Classroom community

Help create a safe, inclusive space in your classroom where all students feel welcome and respected with these posters.

Discover more Pride Month resources at TpT.

This blog, originally published in 2021, has been updated for 2022.

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