Martin Luther King, Jr. has been an American symbol for peace and justice for many years. We honor Dr. King every 3rd Monday in January. In this unit students will learn about the important events in Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life as they complete each one of the activities listed below. Two versions are included, one for upper elementary and one for lower elementary. This unit is an interactive way to learn about Martin Luther King, Jr. and all of the great things he did for human rights. Here are some of the activities that are included in this unit:
1. Book Resources 2. Collaborative Class Book 3. Reader about Dr. King and students illustrate 4. Peace Dove Craftivity with Dr. King quotes 5. Facts About Dr. King 6. Facts Graphic Organizer 7. Informational Writing Activity with Facts 8. Holding Hands in Unity Craftivity 9. Handprints in color and black and white 10. Dr. King Word Search with answer key 11. “Celebrate MLK Day” banner 12. MLK Day Vocabulary mini posters 13. Compare and Contrast “Dr. King and Me” 14. Graphic Organizer “Thought, Wanted To, Changed” 15. Peace Dove Painting 16. Dr. King “Timeline of Events”aZ
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