Martin Luther King Jr. Lapbook
Use this lapbook with your 2nd-5th grade students to direct and anchor your classroom discussion about Martin Luther King Jr.!
ADDED ON JANUARY 13: CLOSE READING PASSAGE that covers ALL information needed to complete the lapbook!
In this lapbook, the following questions will be answered:
Where was Martin Luther King Jr. born?
When was Martin Luther King Jr. born?
Who were his parents?
What do you know about Martin Luther King Jr.?
What do you want to know about Martin Luther King Jr.?
What did you learn about Martin Luther King Jr.?
What are some words that would describe Martin Luther King Jr.?
What does Civil Rights mean? Segregation? Racism? Activist?
What are some fun facts about Martin Luther King Jr.?
What should I know about the Montgomery Bus Boycott?
What should I know about Martin Luther King’s famous ‘I Have a Dream’ speech?
When did Martin Luther King Jr. die?
Where did Martin Luther King Jr. die?
In addition, your students will fill out a timeline of the significant dates during the life of Martin Luther King Jr.
Included in this product:
Resources page with links to use as reference (student friendly!)
"Close Up" of each individual organizer including photographs and explanations
Teaching tips, recommendations, and suggestions
8 Printable Organizers (or as we refer to them as... flippys!)
Blackline student cover
Color student cover
Download the preview for photographs of the final product!
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