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Teaching Diversity to Children by Crystal from Kreative in Kinder at PreK + K Sharing. This activity is DAP and is appropriate for the ages 6 to paint with fingers. identify difference's between people of different cultures, backgrounds, and abilities.


Freebie - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is the third Monday of January, and this close reading activity would be a perfect way to learn all about his role in the civil rights movement. In this freebie, you get four differentiated texts about Martin Luther King, Jr., activities for second and third reads, and a writing response activity.


I Have a Dream Bulletin Board in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday. Black and white photographs of the kids with dream bubbles of their dreams for the future!


Celebrate Martin Luther King / Diversity Hands Door Decorating


The Kindergarten classes celebrated Martin Luther King's birthday with a culminating "Peace March" throughout the school. We discussed MLK's dream of equality for all people in a peaceful world. The students designed signs and held them up for everyone to see as they sang the song about "Freedom". The students really enjoyed the "Peace March" and what a great way to use all our smarts to experience one of our famous Americans, Martin Luther King, Jr.