Martin Luther King, Jr. - This is perfect to use on Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday in January or during Black History Month in February. You can also use it any time you are learning about Martin Luther King, Jr. in social studies.
It has a fun themed cover page, which has a large MLK for his initials. It also says Martin Luther King, Jr. at the top. On the left side, it says, "Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream was....." Students will then use the second outline page, which is lined paper to tell about his dream.
The cover page and the writing lines have the same dotted border. Once they are both cut out, they will be stapled with 1-2 staples along the top or side.
Students will be able to add their own creative touches with colors on the cover, as well as when they tell what they have learned about Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream.
These will look great hanging on a bulletin board or in the hallway.
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