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  • Sarah H.

    This is a cute board idea for Martin Luther King or Black History Month.

  • Flaca Jones

    This is a cool beginning of the year activity. I can save them, then post them during Black History Month! February is perfect timing for students to reflect over the school year so far and assess how they have approached the dreams they expressed in August.

  • UWW RA Whitewater

    Black History Month bulletin board idea. Have each student write about a dream they have for their future. and include some more MLK Jr. info

  • Ashley Drey

    Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: December 2011..this would be great if learning about Martin Luther King

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