This activity unit is perfect for January!
“The Crayon Box that Talked” is a great book to read to complement this activity unit and facilitate discussion among your students. The story illustrates for young minds that every color counts!
Activity Unit Includes:
Martin Luther King, Jr. Coloring Page (Page 5)
“The Crayon Box that Talked” Activity (Page 6)- After reading and discussing the story, have students design a crayon that is unique to them.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day sign (Page 7)
Description Activity Page (Page 8 & 9)- Complete the chart using words that describe Martin Luther King, Jr.. Color and B/W version included
Compare and Contrast Activity Page (Page 10-13)- Students describe how he/she and Martin Luther King, Jr. are similar and different using the Venn Diagram below. Color and B/W version included for a boy and girl student.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Vocabulary Cards (Page 14-17)- 8 words included
Martin Luther King, Jr. Timeline (Page 18-20)- Have students place the events in order.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Biography (Page 21-25) Have students illustrate the important events in Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life.
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