With Martin Luther King, Jr. Day just around the corner, you may be looking for activities for your students that celebrate the life of Dr. King and all that he achieved. If you are needing some resources to use in the classroom, we have a great list to share with you. This collection of Martin Luther King, Jr. activities for kids is sure to have something helpful and fun to engage your students as they learn about Dr. King’s life and accomplishments!
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Activities for Kids
This month, many students are learning about Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life, what he stood for, and how his work still impacts us today. This collection of activities for kids is sure to help your kids remember and honor this great man!
Create this beautiful Martin Luther King, Jr. Dream Card Craft. // Parenting Chaos
Grab some pencils and complete these themed Handwriting Worksheets. // 3 Boys and a Dog
Make this Handprint Dream Catcher Craft. // Kids Creative Chaos
Complete a Martin Luther King, Jr. Word Search. // Jinxy Kids
Make a wonderful Martin Luther King, Jr. Art Collage. // My Craftily Ever After
Practice vocabulary and grab these free writing printables for writer’s workshop.
Grab a fun freebie from Learning to Write Words – MLK Worksheets. // Apples and ABCs
Try this engaging Egg Activity with Worksheet. // One Sharp Bunch
Try this Martin Luther King, Jr. Silhouette Activity. // Cassie Dahl
Print this awesome and free 30 Page Martin Luther King, Jr. Reading / Social Studies Unit. // First Grade Wow
Engage your writers in this I Have a Dream Writing Activity. // Just Wild About Teaching
Create a Martin Luther King, Jr. Banner. // Playdough to Plato
Try this ‘Content of Our Character’ Activity. // Teacher to the Core
Create a Martin Luther King, Jr. Flip Book. // Fun in First
Grab some crayons and print these Martin Luther King, Jr. Coloring Sheets. // Sight and Sound Reading
Make this beautiful Peace Handprint Flower. // Artists Helping Children
Grab some paint for this Martin Luther King, Jr. Handprint Craft. // Mama Jenn
Engage your learners in this ‘How Would You Change the World?’ Activity. // No Time For Flashcards
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