This small study is geared towards 2nd and 3rd graders who are (mostly) independent readers.
Of course the books, videos, and some of the websites could be used with younger children with an ample amount of mom’s help.
You'll also find references on his assassination, resources for Black History Month (February), and activities for Martin Luther King Jr Day.
Increase students' knowledge of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Worksheets include math practice sheets with pictures of M. K., as well as a Martin Luther King word search puzzle.
Click on the the core icon below specified worksheets to see connections to the Common Core Standards Initiative.
First, they will draw a picture relating to something they've learned about Dr. Then, on the blank lines, they can write about their drawing.
Print this page for your students to color while you brainstorm ways to honor Dr. You can also use it as a quiet activity for students to complete as you read aloud a biography of the civil rights leader. was an eloquent, persuasive speaker whose words advocated non-violence and unity.
Print these civil rights and Martin Luther King Jr.
worksheets to study and celebrate Martin Luther King Day, which is always observed on the third Monday of January.