Martin Luther King Jr Craft - I HAVE a DREAM QUILT
Are you looking for an activity to celebrate Martin Luther King Day? Would you like a great Black History Month bulletin board ?
This print and use craft project is based upon the "I Have a Dream" speech.
Your class can honor the spirit and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by writing about their dreams for a better world.
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"Just what I needed, Awesome resource, my students enjoyed this activity! Thanks" ~ DeNett
"A beautiful project to work on together and display for MLK day." - Tina K
"Great resource! Easy to use and my students loved it!" - Jennifer W
Here's How It Works:
- Students choose 2 thematic graphic squares to color.
- The student writes their dreams on 2 writing blocks.
- The four squares are glued onto construction paper to create a paper quilt!
Turn Into A Bulletin Board
Students can create individual quilts or you can combine several to make a class quilt.
What's Included in This Resource:
⭐16 different thematic graphic squares
⭐2 different lined writing squares
⭐2 blank squares which can be customized with their own designs
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Print and Use!
Your class will enjoy this project to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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