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Martin Luther King Jr.

Teach students about the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. through lesson plans, printables and activities. Use the photographs, speeches, historical documents and references to supplement units on civil rights, Black History Month, and Dr. King.

The Cart that Carried Martin -- Ideas for Classroom Use + Additional Resources and Activities #kidlit #litchat #MLKDay #reading

NEA Classroom Resources for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day #MLKDay

"Do you have a dream, too?" Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities from GenerationNation generationnation.... #MLK

Do you have a dream, too? :: GenerationNation

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Lessons - Free packet of materials to supplement the BrainPOP video on Dr. King which is also free

Students can put together and color this mini-book about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. around Dr. King's birthday (January) or as part of your Black History Month (February) curriculum.

This printable asks children to think about their dreams and those of the other students, and then analyze them. It's a great activity to enjoy when studying Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, as well as Black History Month.

A brief look at the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (excerpted from Ready-to-Use American History Activities for Grades 5-12). #MLK

This poetry unit focuses partly on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's famous speech "I Have a Dream," and invites students to reflect on their own dreams. #MLK

Martin Luther King, Jr. Handprint Poem Craft (includes free template)