Historical Figures, MLK and Inventors. There is a good lesson on MLK Jr. here for first graders. She has a good example using apples and pointing out that the apple skins are different but each apple has a star inside (cut in the middle of the core).
This Martin Luther King, Jr. student activity acts as a hallway display or a bulletin board display and will encourage students to think about problems and solutions in today's world and apply their thinking to be like MLK, as they brainstorm solutions and their dreams for our world!
This no-prep Martin Luther King, Jr. pack is perfect to teach your students all about this important American holiday this January. This pack is a great mix of reading, writing, and math activities. Activities and projects require students to draw conclusions and encourage critical thinking.
Your students will add money amounts, then follow instructions to order them correctly to create the answer to the question, "Who was Martin Luther King Jr.?" A great math review with a little history mixed in!
My Brother Martin Journeys 4th Grade Unit 1 Lesson 2 Google Drive Resource
BRAND NEW Google Interactive Journeys Resources! Use technology to engage students to enhance your Journeys stories, perfect for CENTERS, STATIONS, ELA ROTATIONS, EARLY FINISHERS, and HOMEWORK. Journeys aligned! This package contains a variety of activities from the story "My Brother
This unit walks the kids through the powerful impact of Martin Luther King. Students Learn about the inspirational leader, it's time to think and write about how we can be more like Martin Luther King.
A Timely Google Maps About Dr. King's Inspiring Life
See this tutorial on how to create your own Martin Luther King, Jr. Google My Maps for your students to learn while they're having fun. Use it to mark important locations in the Civil Rights Movement or use it for Black History Month. Tutorial is free for download, as well as a link to an already created Google My Maps for MLK, Jr. Come check it out on my blog!