Studies show that writing while studying is linked to mastering information you want to remember. In that case, try this game with your family. On a stack of index cards, write the stories of different important black leaders (like abolitionist Frederick Douglass, pictured here) throughout American history. On the other side, write their names, or even draw them out (as best you can). Take turns reading descriptions and guessing who the historical figure is to lock significant info into your child's memory this Black History Month.