71 page unit plan — We are proud to release our unit on Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” to recognize the fifty year anniversary of his struggles for basic human rights in Birmingham, Alabama. His movement’s peaceful demonstrations, the suffering they endured at the hands of
This packet is directed at primary age students.
It covers the civil rights movement but does so with PRIMARY AGE language that is understandable and inspirational. It teaches a great lesson in the power of non-violence.
Students read and then fill in the blanks on passages identical to those
This PowerPoint and Printable set helps students understand the messages that Martin Luther King, Jr. shared with our nation and the world. It is a great companion to the wonderful book by Doreen Rappaport, Martin's Big Words.
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This resource includes the 6 Common Core annotated texts with marginal notes of famous speeches by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in time for the celebration of his birthday and Black History Month. The collection includes:
• "I Have a Dream [1963 March on Washington Speech]”
• "I've Been to the Moun
An engaging, Common-Core-based activity to help students analyze the structure of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech.
I always like doing a Civil Rights Movement-based unit during January to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. In "Dissecting the Dream," students work in groups to
This 6 page informational book about Martin L. King Jr. can be printed in 3 pages.
Kids will enjoy coloring Martin L. King Jr.'s face and reading and learning all about MLK.
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What a great way for students to show off what they have learned about Dr. Martin L. King Jr.
This will look great on your bulletin board.
Students can use one of the 3 writing papers to write about Dr. Martin L. King Jr.
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This PowerPoint Slideshow is designed for use in conjunction with Doreen Rappaport’s excellent book, Martin’s Big Words. It will assist students in understanding the messages Dr. King shared wi
This packet can be used as a presentation using technology as you discuss MLK. If you do not have technology, you can print the colored posters. I wanted it to be an option to use it either way. The student companion book is also included. It is very similar to the teacher book. However, the st
Activities for your study of the leader Martin Luther King Jr. by Christine King Farris.
This supplements Imagine It, SRA Reading series, sixth grade,
Unit 1: Taking a Stand.
Activities Included in the student study guide:
This MLK packet is designed for young students...First-Third Grade to introduce how to find answers using Text Evidence. The questions are "right there" type questions. This means the students will not have to infer to determine the answer.
After reading the passage, students will be guided to loca
The attached product is 60 questions for three children's book by famed children’s author, Bill Martin Jr. that are all a “Bear” theme. The questions are for books: “Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear”, “Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See”, and “Baby Bear, Baby Bear, What Do You See”. H
Students will be hooked on history by first analyzing the first day cover, an envelope with commemorative stamp, appropriate postmark and artwork. After collecting the facts, the lesson provides a series of guiding questions for the teacher to use. Students will then read an excerpt from the Letter
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Let your students have some fun with these hidden picture pages. These printables are all Martin Luther King Jr. related and a great way to incorporate classroom discussion.
My own children love doing these and I know your students will too!
Martin L. King, Jr. Lapbook
This lapbook includes resources to teach your students about a famous leader “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.”
This lapbook includes...
Have your students color and cut the cover pages. Fold a file folder where the ends go to the center. Paste the cover page
“Oral Communication Plus Pronunciation of a Martin Luther King’s Day Poem,” written by Norma Landa Flores and available on digital download at TeachersPayTeachers.com, is a 9 page Oral Communication and Pronunciation Lesson that features the poem entitled, “Martin Dreamed of Justice,” on page 2. Thi
This is a great resource to help students learn about Martin L. King, Jr. The comprehension assessment that is in this bundle best goes with the book, 'A Picture Book of Martin Luther King, Jr.' by David A. Adler, but you could use almost any MLK book with these activities.
The activities are as f
We're different, but oh so alike.
Help your kiddos acknowledge the differences, but more importantly recognize and explore the similarities between them and their classmates.
The kiddos will draw a picture of themselves and then a picture of someone who is different from them. Then, write about h
Kids love puzzles! Word Search puzzles are a great way to improve spelling while having fun. They help to expand students’ vocabulary.
Word Search puzzles are great for sub plans, morning work, centers, games, extra work for those who finish assignments early, and homework a
Martin L. King, Jr. ***Print and Go***
His Childhood, My Childhood
Cut, Match, Glue the facts of Dr. King's childhood.
Now, it's your turn. Answer the questions, independently or at home with family, to include your facts.
You may have more in common with Dr. King than you think!
In August 2011 the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial was completed and dedicated on the National Mall in Washington D.C. On this memorial is a quotation from a sermon that King made on February 4, 1968. Much controversary surrounds the shortened, or as some critics say, paraphrased quotation.
Looking for a hands-on activity for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day?
This product is a FREE activity to complement your Martin Luther King day activities. It is an interactive timeline, designed for students to spread out on the floor, and work in partners or small groups.
If your students enjoy this
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Celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. with this activity packet and craft! This packet will nicely supplement and/or add to your current Social Studies/Language Arts curriculum. This activity packet can be used all throughout Black History Month!
In this 85
Martin Luther King Jr.
This unit, about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is perfect for little learners in Kindergarten and 1st grade. It is a great tool to use to teach about MLK Jr. and Black History Month.
Included you will find:
*MLK Jr. Full color reader about the life of Dr. King
*Mini Book to
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Literacy Set is a 65 page set filled with reading and writing activities that are perfect for 4th and 5th graders. There are two sets of task cards, 32 context clues task cards (focusing on the life of MLK), and 32 Fact and Opinion Task Cards, worksheets that target Text
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. with this meaningful craftivity pack. Your littles ones will create an "I have a dream" craft, depicting two kids of different ethnicities holding hands! They will also complete various writing activities.
*I have a dream craft-- patterns, pics, directi
Martin Luther King Jr. Paper Bag Puppet
Students of all ages will enjoy role playing the story of Martin L. KIng Jr. with this paper bag Puppet.
Color, Cut and Glue puppet pieces to a lunch size paper bag.
Can also be glued to a large piece of paper.
What better way to share Dr. King's dream than this story... The Crayon Box that Talked. This packet takes that literature piece in connection with Martin Luther King and focuses on character traits and the "dream".
6 vocabulary cards for posting with pictures
Poem If There Was Only One Col
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! This engaging, hands-on packet explores Martin Luther King's life, his "I Have a Dream" speech, and his work to make this world a more peaceful,
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. with this meaningful mini-unit! It includes an original informational book/PowerPoint presentation, opinion and informational writing activities, three literacy stations, a cute craft, language arts printables, and so much more!!
Here’s what you’ll get..
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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?" If you would prefer similar resources that are designed to be used in an Interactive Notebook, check out the Interactive Noteboo
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Are you looking for a simple early emergent reader for your students to read about Martin Luther King Jr?
Want a second version for your emergent readers?
Both readers talk about Martin Luther King's message and helps teach students to be more compassionate for those around t
Let’s Learn About Martin Luther King PowerPoint Lesson will help you present age-appropriate content to your students in first grade, second grade, or third grade. The animated PowerPoint with illustrations will keep young learners engaged as the text is read and discussed. It is perfect for use w
This pack was created to accompany the Martin Luther King, Jr. biography Martin’s Big Words by Doreen Rappaport. This book study is perfect for Martin Luther King Day or Black History Month! All the activities are designed to help students read for understanding, think, and write critical
My best-selling MLK play! Includes a CCSs comprehension activity. Based on real events, "We Shall Overcome" tells the story of Martin Luther King's Birmingham Children's Crusade, the 1963 march in which authorities used fire hoses and police dogs to suppress crowds of students. This twenty minute cl
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Celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. with this activity set filled with great ideas! Included in this bundle is...
*15 Vocabulary Word Cards (Color)
*Vocabulary Definitions Worksheet
*MLK Jr. Bio Page
*MLK Jr. Quiz Page
*MLK Jr. Bubble Map
*My Dream Worksheet
Martin Luther King's life story and achievements, written in a simple and comprehensive way, for children in kindergarten and first grade. This unit also includes activities and crafts to help the children learn and remember key facts about MLK.
You can use this in the reading/literacy center, as a
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."
This packet includes everything you need for a writing and history lesson on Dr. Martin Luther King.
*Writing template for students to write Dr. King's dream and what their dream is for our world.
*"I Have a Dream" bulletin board letters so you can display your students work.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Unit includes a PowerPoint, a class book, and other activities to learn about Martin Luther King, Jr. (Includes 13 files below)
*Please note our PowerPoints are password-protected from editing and are only compatible with PCs. Mac users will not be able to view our Power
Help your students celebrate this special leader with these Martin Luther King, Jr. NO PREP printable FREEBIES!
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Originally published in Scholastic's Storyworks magazine. Here's another compelling and historically-accurate Read Aloud Play from the Civil Rights Movement. "Gonna Let it Shine" tells the true story of Sheyann Webb, "Martin Luther King's youngest freedom fighter." In 1965, eight-year-old Sheyann jo
Set of 186 Historical Figures, Solar System, and USA Landmarks Coloring Pages with Informational Text and Short Biographies. Makes a great addition to history interactive notebooks, biography projects, or research units. Keep these in your early finisher folder for no-prep fun. ALL biography colorin
Are you looking for a solid anchor piece of text for teaching about Martin Luther King, Jr.?
As a history teacher, I'm always on the lookout for quality picture books I can use to introduce my middle school students to a person, place, event, or concept. Martin's Big Words is one of my favorites!
Set of 252 Research Brochure Templates. Each two-sided brochure comes with a customized interactive notebook pocket. Makes a great addition to historical biography projects or research units. Keep these in your early finisher folder by your computer station for no-prep independent projects.
Must have MLK "I Have A Dream" digital resource for rhetorical analysis and Black History Month. Guided close reading worksheets help students analyze the rhetorical situation, diction, syntax, figurative language, connotation / denotation, and rhetorical appeals found in Martin Luther King's "I Ha
This Martin Luther King Jr. unit has many different activities and resources for teaching students about MLK Jr.. The NO PREP activities include writing resources (paper with prompts, graphic organizer, MLK Jr. words), acrostic poetry, MLK Jr. reading passage with comprehension questions, MLK Jr.
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Take your students on a journey through the extraordinary life of Martin Luther King Jr., leader of the African American civil rights movement. This no-prep resource packet has everything you need to introduce your middle or early high school students to the amazing li