It’s a set of 20 colored and 8 black and white bookmarks picturing multicultural kids playing, working, learning, and celebrating together. What a powerful visual for younger students to help communicate MLK’s message of freedom, peace and equality!
Print them in color and give each student one of these Martin Luther King Day bookmarks to use at home and at school. Choose the black and white version if you prefer your students to color them.
Print the bookmarks on cardstock and cut them apart. You can laminate them if you want. They come in 4 per page and measure 7”x2.5”.
I have several other Black History Month resources in my store:
African American Inventor PowerPoint,
African American Inventors (Book),
Black History Month Craft - African American Inventors (Set of 6),
African American Inventors (Bulletin Board Set),
Bessie Coleman - First African-American Woman Aviator,
Misty Copeland - World-Famous African-American Ballerina,
Harriet Tubman - The Most Famous Underground Railroad Conductor,
Simone Biles - The Most Decorated American Gymnast,
Mary Mahoney - First Professionally Trained African American Nurse,
African American Female Role Models - PowerPoint,
African American Female Role Models - Book,
African American Female Role Models - Bulletin Board Set,
African American Female Role Models - Crafts.