Free MLK Writing Activity - Students write how they can make the world a better place. Take their photo and display it in the classroom or on a bulletin board. Also includes a free sort worksheet. Students sort kind and unkind words. This is a engaging activity to honor the legacy of Dr. King!
This websight gives ideas of comparing and contrasting today and in the past. I think this is good to help the students understand things change, and you can intigrate LA by having them write about the differences.
Teach Your Child to Read - FREE All about MLK (Martin Luther King, Jr. Perfect activity after reading about the life of MLK. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
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).
Peaceful or not peaceful activity. First or second grade classroom guidance. Pair with The Peace Book by Todd Parr, Martin's Big Words, or We Are All Born Free. Timely all year but especially International Peace Day (September), or MLK Day (January).