Freedom, freedom, let it ring. Let it ring said Dr King Let us live in harmony. Peace and love for you and me.
It is so nice to have time to put some finishing touches on a couple of units that we have coming up! Another historical figure we will study after Eleanor Roosevelt is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. As a nation we celebrate his life daily! Officially we celebrate on the third Monday of January.
I have posted about our activities before, but I went through and cleaned up, and added to my unit.
Here are some pics from the updated unit! My second offering for today is a unit our curriculum team worked on this summer. We had fun integrating reading and social studies and are finding it a natural way to teach and get everything in. This next unit is about other important historical figures.
It also includes an invention home project packet for kids. The unit ended up to be over 50 pages! I am excited to include this unit in our curriculum in a few weeks!!
Here are a few pics from the unit! So glad I had time to share these endeavors! Hope you can use at least parts of either one! It is my joy to be able to share and help your journey in the classroom or homefront become a little less stressful. As always, please let me know if this is something you can use, if there are any typos or problems, and if you would like to see something else in particular on this little blog.
I hear from teachers and parents from all over the world, and I am so grateful for all of you!!Martin Luther King Jr.: A Clothesline Timeline Grades K Students create a clothesline timeline depicting events in the life of Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr.: A Fact or Opinion Activity Grades A brief biography of Martin Luther King Jr.
reinforces students' understanding of the difference between fact and opinion. Printable Martin Luther King, Jr. Worksheets and Puzzles A great offering of printable worksheets on Martin Luther King, Jr. Includes language arts skills and puzzles. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Junior's birthday is January I Have a Dream is a narrative writing activity.
In celebration and remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., students write about a dream they have that would make the world a better place. Mapping Martin Luther King Jr. (Grades ) Students create a map showing the important places in the life of Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Write your own "I Have a Dream" speech (Grades ) Students imitate the form and eloquence of Dr. King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech in this work sheet-based activity.
Evaluating websites for bias (Grades , Advanced) Students use a checklist work sheet to . Rev. Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. image with "I Have a Dream" bubble letters and lines for writing below. Use this printable MLK worksheet to write about the history and meaning behind Dr. King's lifework and his famous speech delivered in Washington DC in August Martin Luther King Writing Activity with Word Bank - FREEBIE - Great for January Writing Centers I hope you enjoy this MLK writing activity.
This writing page has a border with 26 words that may be used to help with ideas and spelling.