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** ON SALE FOR MLK DAY 2021 ** Martin Luther King Jr. Collaborative Classroom Poster: This is a great, inclusive, community building, Martin Luther King Day activity. Appropriate for Black History Month or any unit or lesson on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.This product contains two methods for making a
Martin Luther King Jr.Art Activity! Martin Luther King Jr. Art is a terrific culminating activity to any Martin Luther King Jr. lesson or unit of study. This art project gives students the opportunity to summarize Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream and a chance to write a personal dream. In addition,
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Here is a fun way to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr Day with your students. Just print the foldables for each student and let them write under the flaps and decorate for an awesome hall display. I have included a sign to display your students' work and a MLK bubble map for younger students to pra
This 45-image set is full of images relating to Martin Luther King Jr. and his life! Included are 36 vibrant, colored images and 9 black and white versions. **Please note: This set has been updated with the images shown in the current preview. If you purchased the original set, you can also downlo
This Martin Luther King, Jr., "I Have a Dream," collaborative poster combines writing, reflection, coloring, creativity, and group work! All inspired by promoting American hero and civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr. and his iconic speech, "I Have a Dream."The collaborative poster features
This * BEST SELLER * made it to the TPT Top 50 list in 2013, 2016 and 2017.UPDATED 2019 Martin Luther King, Jr. ~ This amazing unit has an informational Power Point and ELA activities all included in a ZIP file for you. BONUS ~ We just added TWO mini booklets - differentiated for your learners ~ y
This set contains all of the images shown: MLK as a young boy, as a preacher, making speeches, Coretta Scott King, peace symbols and word art. The collection includes both color and black & white images. 50 images (26 in color and 24 in B&W) Images saved at 300dpi in PNG files. For persona
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a wonderful opportunity to teach an important part of history and the Civil Rights Movement to intermediate level students! Now includes a digital version for Google Classroom. This engaging, hands-on packet explores Martin Luther King's life, his "I Have a Dream" spee
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Black History Month Class Quilt Project: This project contains 25 famous people important to black history. After the individual pages are completed, they fit together to create a large class quilt. Quilts play an important part in Back History, so it is the perfect platform to display the contribut
This set of 28 images is probably my most versatile set yet! This set is perfect for integrating into your Martin Luther King Jr. units on equality and peace or can be used ANY time of year. These images of children and friendship are great for classroom decorations, newsletters, class meeting lesso
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Teaching and engaging in Martin Luther King Day is more important than ever.This "I Have a Dream," writing activity sketch notes, is personal, creative, and filled with opportunities for differentiation. The Martin Luther King Jr. timeline and biography activity is a web quest that allows your stude
This January-themed reading centers packet makes organizing your Reading and ELA plans for the entire month simple and easy. Everything you need, including nonfiction informational passages, worksheets, poetry, center games and activities, and writing resources, is included in this one-stop resource
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“What is Your Life’s Blueprint?” - Speech Analysis ****This resource is for an analysis of Martin Luther King's speech, "What is Your Life's Blueprint?" It includes a paper and digital version of student resources. If you would prefer similar resources that are designed to be used in an Interactive
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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. If you are looking for the online version, click {here}.I have used these close reading passages with my own fifth graders to p
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Celebrate Black History Month with this Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and The Great March on Washington focused product. Inside you will find four informational text passages providing the reasons for the march, Dr. King's speech, the Civil Rights Movement, and the results of The March on Washington f
My new MLK Jr. unit is 33 pages in length. The unit is appropriate for students grade 1-8. It's perfect for MLK day this year in January. Cause/Effect: Cut apart the cause and effect cards. Match the cause with the effect. Use the blank cards to develop your own cause/effect cards. Use the included
FREEBIE! UPDATED 2019 This freebie has your students cutting the events of Dr. King's life and pasting them on a timeline. There are TWO versions of a timeline included in this resource. This freebie packet can be used alone but works best when it is used with our MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. Power Poin
This Black History poster set includes 17 posters. It includes African Americans current and past. Each poster includes a clipart and a short summary. These posters are not comprehensive, so it is important to continue the conversations in your classrooms. These are just conversation starters to get
After reading the picture book Martin's Big Words, I have my students create posters that represent his powerful words. 11 quotes are included in this resource. **Two versions (one with striped background, one without). Have students illustrate their interpretation of the quote on a separate sheet
This literacy resource was designed to be used with the picture book, Martin's Big Words by Doreen Rappaport. You can learn more about how to implement this resource by checking out the preview or visiting my blog HERE!! (blog post coming soon!) Here's the breakdown: Read Aloud: Read the book alo
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Free activities for using Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech in class. #kindnessnation #weholdthesetruths This is a great activity to share with your students in celebration of Dr. King's life and dream. Activities are aligned with the Common Core Standards for grades 6-12 and in
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Black History Month in the U.S. is the month of February. Don't let it go by without recognizing some influential leaders of black history while giving your intermediate students the chance to research and learn independently. In this No-Prep Black History Month Mini Research Project Banner Display,
Engage your students in close reading and rhetorical analysis skills with this Martin Luther King Jr. "I Have a Dream" close reading and analysis activity. This is a perfect activity for students on Martin Luther King Jr. Day! "I Have a Dream" by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is a speech packed with r
Black History Month Comprehension for Special Education These books are perfect to introduce these influential people for Black History Month! 16 Flip Books included:Historical Figures Included:+ Rosa Parks+ Martin Luther King Jr.+ Ruby Bridges+ George Washington Carver+ Sojourner Truth+ Frederick D

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