Martin Luther King Black History Month Activities. Close reads, short answer questions, word search, writing activity, acrostic poem.
This packet includes the following:
Page 3 – 4 Informational Paragraph and short answer questions
Page 5 Boycott paragraph with 2 short answer questions
Page 6 – Informational paragraph about the state of Georgia.
Students will use a highlighter to highlight the answers
to questions given at the top of the page.
Page 7 – I Have a Dream writing paper.
Students can write about their hopes and dreams.
Pages 8 -9 Word search with answer key
Pages 10 -11 Acrostic Poem Worksheet using the word DREAM
Sample Acrostic Poem using the word DREAM
Students can make their acrostic poem about
Martin Luther King, Jr. or themselves.
Page 12 Clip art of MLK with speech bubble “I have a dream…”
Students can write Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream in
the speech bubble.
Pages 13- 16 Boy/Girl Clip art with a speech bubble “I have a
dream…”. Students can write down their dreams in the
pgs. 17 – 25 Black and white copies of some selected worksheets from
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