The first page gives students the opportunity to write about something they want to do that requires bravery. After learning about Dr. King and his accomplishments, teachers should challenge their students to accomplish something in their life just like Dr. King did.
The second page explains the values of Dr. King's parents and the support he had as a kid from them. Teachers can ask for parents to write an encouraging note on the page for their child above the teacher's note. Above the parents' note is Dr. King's picture with a spot for the student's picture next to it. Students will beam when they read the special words of those that love them.