Dr. Martin Luther King Common Core Aligned - Nonfiction (Excellent Text Features Handout). Excellent to use the second week in January, leading up to MLK Day on January 19, 2014.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Literacy Unit for MLK Day

Dr. Martin Luther King Common Core Aligned - Nonfiction (Excellent Text Features Handout). Excellent to use the second week in January, leading up to MLK Day on January 19, 2014.

Freebie - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is the third Monday of January, and this close reading activity would be a perfect way to learn all about his role in the civil rights movement. In this freebie, you get four differentiated texts about Martin Luther King, Jr., activities for second and third reads, and a writing response activity.

Freebie - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is the third Monday of January, and this close reading activity would be a perfect way to learn all about his role in the civil rights movement. In this freebie, you get four differentiated texts about Martin Luther King, Jr., activities for second and third reads, and a writing response activity.

Martin Luther King Jr. Making Inferences with Non-Fiction Text 14 Mini Passages with differentiated graphic organizers.

Nonfiction Inferring / Making Inferences ~ 11 Mini Passages Influential People

Martin Luther King Jr. Making Inferences with Non-Fiction Text 14 Mini Passages with differentiated graphic organizers.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Timeline Flip Book!

Teaching About Martin Luther king, Jr. in the Primary Classroom

This is a great video: Martin Luther King Jr. Story Read by LeVar Burton - Reading Rainbow Story Time - YouTube 8:49

This is a great video: Martin Luther King Jr. Story Read by LeVar Burton - Reading Rainbow Story Time - YouTube 8:49

Teaching young students about MLK Day is very important, yet it can be difficult to explain to students how things used to be long ago when there was segregation. Read this blog post for some great ideas.

Teaching young students about MLK Day is very important, yet it can be difficult to explain to students how things used to be long ago when there was segregation. Read this blog post for some great ideas.

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