Learn about Martin Luther King, Jr. with a printable book for kindergarten and first-grade students.
Build, read, and write sentences about Martin Luther King, Jr. with a cut-and-paste sentence building worksheet.
Research and create an interactive biography for a historical figure.
Practice informative writing with this versatile template.
Celebrate cultural diversity in your classroom with this customizable poster.
Prepare for your diversity-themed lessons and more with 3 versatile black and white craft templates.
Help your students organize their thoughts about their biography subject.
Create a flipbook that clearly illustrates the most significant aspects of a biography subject.
Introduce students to the people and events of the American civil rights movement with this 17-slide PowerPoint presentation.
Review MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech text and explore the metaphors he used to convey his message through the accompanying questions.
Identify the words and works of Martin Luther King Jr. in our MLK Word Search.
Encourage students to “reflect” on their dream future and draw it in their sunglasses.
Design a social media profile for civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. in this creative writing activity.
Describe your ideal meeting with civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. in this reflective MLK writing activity.
Use our graphic organizer with your students when studying Martin Luther King, Jr.’s notable mental and moral qualities.
Identify and write vocabulary words relating to civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. in our MLK crossword puzzle.
Craft an illustrated timeline for students to visually explore the major events in Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life.
Observe MLK Day by encouraging students to think about their “dream” for the future by writing it as a speech.
Reflect on the concepts explored near Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with these 15 sentence starter cards.
Use this set of 12 MLK text and image pocket chart cards for reading and sight word practice.
Start your lessons about Martin Luther King, Jr. through 5 mini activities for primary students.
Use this set of 40 vocabulary words related to MLK Day and civil rights to broaden your students’ language.
Apply a range of reading comprehension strategies to learn about Martin Luther King, Jr.
Celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. with this ‘I Have a Dream’ craft.
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. and the ideals he fought for with this cut and color MLK worksheet for early elementary students.
Use this 13-slide PowerPoint as a collaborative reading exercise about Martin Luther King, Jr.
Build dictionary and vocabulary skills by identifying the meanings of words related to Martin Luther King, Jr. and civil rights.
Challenge students to think about the work of Martin Luther King, Jr. with this set of 13 writing task cards.
Honor the vision of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with 36 acts of service and kindness students can do in January.
Encourage students to think about how they could make the world a better place with our Nobel Peace Prize drawing template.
Encourage students to think about how they could make the world a better place with our Nobel Peace Prize writing template.
Define and discuss vocabulary words associated with diversity and equality using this flip-book writing activity.