January STEM Activity: Martin Luther King Jr. (Integrated Math, Reading, and Writing Activities Included!)
Students love learning about Martin Luther King Jr. by completing this January STEM challenge! The students receive a letter from Martin Luther King Jr. giving facts about his life and instructing students to create a podium that he will use to deliver his famous "I Have a Dream" speech. This is a great engaging activity to use as a hook for your Martin Luther King Jr. unit!
Also included are writing pages for students to write about their dreams. Math activities are included as well that cover geometry standards including 2D and 3D shapes, shape attributes (faces, edges, and vertices), as well as area and perimeter.
paper (preferably card stock)
-Teacher Instructions for Build a Podium
-Student Instructions for Build a Podium
-Student Planning Pages
-Student Reflection Sheet
-Writing Prompt Pages
-Math Worksheets covering 2D and 3D shapes, shape attributes (faces, edges, and vertices), as well as area and perimeter.
OTHER STEM PRODUCTS:
January STEM Activity: Design a Snowflake
Winter STEM BUNDLE
Winter STEM Activity: Build a Snow Fort
Winter STEM Activity: Build a Snowman
Winter STEM Activity: Build a Sled
Winter STEM Activity: Snowball Fight
Holidays Around the World STEM Challenges
December STEM BUNDLE
December STEM Activity: Silent Jingle Bells
December STEM Activity: Make a Dreidel
December STEM Activity: Santa's Sleigh
December STEM Activity: Christmas Tree Challenge
November STEM Activity: Turkey Trap
November STEM Activity: Thanksgiving Table
November STEM Activity: The Mayflower Challenge
November STEM Bundle
Team Building STEM Activities
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